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Reiki: The Basics
Reiki is a non-invasive, Japanese healing practice that helps move the body, mind and spirit towards balance and wellness. Reiki is a complementary therapy used by many people going through cancer treatment. How is Reiki performed? How can Reiki help someone with cancer? Learn more in this article by Kimberly Fleisher, RMT, M.Ed, Director and Founder of The Reiki School + Clinic and Team Leader of the Reiki Program at The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania.

Brown Bag ChatWebchat Anyone? OncoLink hosts monthly webchats on a topic of interest where local experts take your questions! Join us on March 11th, 12:30-1:30 PM EST to chat about Advances in Colorectal Cancer Screening. Pose your questions to our experts live or in advance or just read along and learn from the Q&A.

To participate in any chat, just go to OncoLink and look for a link for the chat in the center blog box. From that page you can post questions, read along with the chat (or the transcript after the event). No registration or sign up is necessary, so come on over! Look for our April 14th chat, which will be an interactive Cancer Myth Busting event!

Ask Tracy!
OncoLink Tracys Corner Oncology social workers (OSWs) provide counseling and other services that can reduce stress for patients and their families before, during and after cancer treatments. Tracy's Corner is a new feature where you can send our Oncology Social Worker, Tracy Lautenbach, and her colleagues, your questions or read previously answered questions

LIVESTRONG Care Plan
Are you a cancer survivor? Have you received a survivorship care plan from your oncology team? Are you a cancer care provider who wants to incorporate survivorship care into your practice? OncoLink has teamed up with the Lance Armstrong Foundation to create The LIVESTRONG Care Plan, a free and easy to use program, provides cancer survivors with information about managing their health after cancer therapy. Develop your plan today!

OncoLink Lung Cancer Awareness MonthMarch is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
Visit OncoLink's colorectal cancer section for information about the disease, prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatments. Learn about chemotherapy and radiation therapy, managing side effects and nutrition during treatment.

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OncoLink Blogs

The Boss is Blogging!
Oncolink's Editor-in-Chief, James Metz, MD, has finally taken pen to paper with his often boisterously shared opinions in his first blog. Blame it on the rest of the editorial staff, yes, we have been encouraging this! We hope his opinions will start a conversation about things we see everyday, but might not really think to much about. Read his first post, Pharmacy or Tobacco Shop - You be the Judge! and post your comments.

While you are there, check out our other blogs by three cancer survivors (Alysa Cummings, Rodney Warner and Donna Lee Lista) who put their own unique spins on life after a cancer diagnosis.

OncoLink PollOncoLink Poll: Have you used any complementary therapies in conjunction with your cancer treatments or recommended them for your patients?

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