• 4/27/2011

    Even with good medical insurance and a strong financial position, it is wise to plan for unforeseen expenses following a cancer diagnosis.

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  • 4/22/2011

    Of the many characteristics our namesake Minnie Pearl left as legacy for our organization, humor surely surfaces as enduring one.

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  • 4/22/2011

    Growing up as one of twelve children in a sprawling family, Carole Cartwright, the third youngest in the sibling line-up, never imagined that one of her own life experiences would bring her close family even closer and dramatically change their lifestyles.

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  • 4/22/2011

    If your doctor could provide you with a prescription that provides stress relief, increases your energy, helps you fight diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, and provides many other benefits, would you get it filled?  Good news-that prescription is exercise and you can take the

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  • 4/20/2011

    I recently read an interesting article in the April 18th issue of Time Magazine. It is written by Alice Park and titled, “Decoding Cancer: The first map of breast-tumor genomes could revolutionize patient care.”

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  • 4/14/2011

    We are celebrating National Cancer Registrars Week!  Now through April 15, this week spotlights the cancer registry professionals who work tirelessly to collect a specific set of data for every patient that’s diagnosed or treated for cancer.

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  • 4/12/2011

    If you posed this question to the general population: "Which age group is most at risk for a cancer diagnosis?," I would think there would be very few "18-35" responses.  True, younger adults have a decreased risk of cancer when compared to older adults, and cancer is not a topic young adults re

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