• Paige Anderson
    7 years 2 months ago

    How Do I Face The Holidays After A Deep Loss by Jackie Russell

    Holidays are a special time of year for families, but can equally be a very stressful time.

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  • Cancer Supportive Services
    7 years 2 months ago

    Social and Emotional Support

    The Cancer Supportive Services staff at the PearlPoint provides social and emotional support for clients wherever they may be along their cancer journey.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 2 months ago

    Take Time ... to Enjoy

    Today is December 1, and many of us are busy planning holiday gatherings, trips, and activities.  But for a caretaker of a cancer patient, this time of year is likely filled with stress and a full schedule.

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  • Susan Earl Hosbach, CFRE
    7 years 3 months ago

    Compassion

    The staff of The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation has the great privilege of working daily with adults whose lives have been forever changed by a cancer diagnosis.

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  • Cancer Supportive Services
    7 years 3 months ago

    Live a Little!

    The Cancer Supportive Services staff here at The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation promotes healthy living for our clients through proper nutrition, exercise, adequate sleep and rest, and emotional and social support.  However, we realize that it is also important to be practical, flexible, and to

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  • Susan Earl Hosbach, CFRE
    7 years 3 months ago

    Guidance for the Journey

    Everyday I’m reminded of the tremendous dedication of The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation's  Cancer Supportive Services team.

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  • Faith Holley
    7 years 3 months ago

    National Philanthropy Day

    Each year the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) celebrates National Philanthropy Day.

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  • Kimberly M. Petersen, R.D., L.D.N.
    7 years 3 months ago

    It is NEVER too Late to Start!

    My Dad was 56 when my Mom was diagnosed with cancer at age 53.  He became her full-time caregiver for the next 4 years.  He had recently retired from working in employee health for a gas company around the time of her diagnosis.  He lived a fairly healthy lifestyle.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 3 months ago

    Women and Lung Cancer by David Spigel, M.D.

    More women die from lung cancer than from any other cancer.  More women (71,000) will die from lung cancer in 2010 than from breast cancer, colon cancer, or cervical cancer combined. Fortunately, the number of women who are diagnosed each year appears to be slowing down.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 3 months ago

    Why It's Ok Now by Margaret Ambrose

    I'm Margaret and when I was eleven my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer.  I remember when my parents told my siblings and me.  My two older sisters and I were sitting on the couch watching TV.  It was the summer before fifth grade for me.

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