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Understanding prostate cancer survivorship
Understanding prostate cancer survivorship

Follow-up care after completing treatment for prostate cancer is important. When a person is in remission, they enter the survivorship phase of their journey, where they are then monitored for several years for recurrence, secondary cancers from previous treatment and late side effects, as well as psychosocial effects. During the survivorship phase, a person may […]

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Signs, Symptoms and Screenings for Bladder Cancer
Signs, Symptoms and Screenings for Bladder Cancer

The National Cancer Institute estimates that in 2019, there will be more than 80,000 new cases of bladder cancer diagnosed in the United States, representing 4.6 percent of all new cancer cases. According to SEER data, as screening technology advances the rates for new bladder cancer cases have been falling on average 1.2 percent each […]

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7 Tips for Keeping Your Body Healthy After GI Cancer Treatment
7 Tips for Keeping Your Body Healthy After GI Cancer Treatment

Kaylee Peacock, RN, Colorectal Cancer Nurse Navigator at Sarah Cannon at Methodist Healthcare If you or a loved one has recently undergone treatment for GI cancer, it is important to understand how to keep your body healthy throughout survivorship. Here are seven tips to help optimize your health! Eat small, frequent meals throughout the day. […]

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How Mindfulness Can Positively Impact Your Cancer Journey
How Mindfulness Can Positively Impact Your Cancer Journey

“Mindfulness” is about being in the present. When it comes to facing a cancer journey, being mindful of your body, your time and your emotions can be especially helpful in ensuring you are keeping yourself as healthy as possible before, during and after treatment. After being diagnosed with cancer, it is normal to start thinking […]

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Skin Cancer Types & Screening Recommendations
Skin Cancer Types & Screening Recommendations

When it comes to skin cancer, the more you know, the better protected you can be. Spring, with all of its outdoor activities, is a great time to learn more about this all-too-common and often preventable form of cancer. Identifying Skin Cancer Early detection and treatment is key for melanoma treatment. You should perform a […]

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