OncoLink Cancer eNews
OncoLink eNews
May 2015

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Brain Tumor Awareness

May is brain tumor awareness month.

Learn about the many types of adult brain tumors and pediatric brain tumors and the treatments for them.

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May is Skin Cancer Detection & Prevention Month

Learn more about skin cancers, prevention and tips for practicing sun safety to reduce your risk. This year, the American Academy of Dermatology is asking "who’s got your back?" when it comes to applying sunscreen and examining the skin for suspicious spots. This is because the back is the most common location for melanoma! Take Carolyn’s skin cancer prevention challenge.


National Conference on Work & Cancer

This FREE conference will explore the complexities working people face as they try to balance their cancer treatment and recovery with employment. Travel scholarships are available – applications are due by April 15th. Join the OncoLink Team at this great event! More info & registration


Healthline's Best Cancer BLogs of the year

For the second year in a row, OncoLink’s Blog was named one of Healthline’s Best Cancer Blogs of the year! We are so proud of our dedicated bloggers who share their stories with all of you.


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OncoLink is conducting a survey of skin cream usage by patients who developed skin redness or irritation during the radiation therapy. We need your input! Take the survey.


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PennMedicine Survivorship Care Plan

Have you finished cancer treatment? Do you have a survivorship care plan? OncoLink is proud to announce the launch of the latest version of our survivorship care plan - OncoLife! Create your plan today and empower yourself to be an active, educated participant in your healthcare as a survivor.


2015 Oncology Nursing Month

May is Oncology Nursing Month! We celebrate all the work oncology nurses do to make the journey a little easier for oncology patients! Take a moment this month to thank your nurses for all they do. In Karen’s latest blog, she thanks nurses everywhere, but also reflects on why we do what we do.


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