• Paige Anderson
    7 years 7 months ago

    Hope on Wheels: What it Means to Me (Blog entry by Kelly Cleveland)

    I have been cycling for nearly four years, off and on between back surgeries. My husband competed in triathlons and road racing which first exposed me to the world of cycling.  I was so intrigued about riding a bicycle that he let me try it out on an old bicycle he had laying around.  After my f

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  • Cancer Supportive Services
    7 years 7 months ago

    Insights on Health-Care Reform and Cancer Care

    Since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, I have been wondering what its impact will be on cancer care in the United States.  Is it going to make things better or worse for fewer or

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  • Cancer Supportive Services
    7 years 7 months ago

    Asking Your Doctor About a Clinical Trial

    I was recently reading through some information about clinical trials on The Center for Information & Study On Clinical Research Participation website.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 7 months ago

    Let's Not Forget the Caregiver

    I originally set out to talk about clinical trials for my post today but something else inspired me - caregiving.  I was reminded this week of how easy and common it is for the needs of caregivers to get left behind in the shuffle.

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  • Kimberly M. Petersen, R.D., L.D.N.
    7 years 8 months ago

    The Sprinkle Diet

    As I was surfing the web preparing for my latest blog entry, I was looking for something profound, something that people could really resonate with like a miracle vitamin, or a new “super food”.  Remarkably, I found the complete opposite and still want to share!  I came across “The Sprinkle Diet

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  • Faith Holley
    7 years 8 months ago

    Who or What Inspires You?

    As we launch our new fiscal year and prepare for what lies ahead I have been thinking a lot about what inspires me each day to do the work of fundraising for the Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 8 months ago

    Working with Cancer

    Today, more and more Americans are able to work while undergoing cancer treatments.  In fact, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's official website (EEOC), "approximately 40 percent of the more than one million Americans diagnosed with some form of cancer each year are work

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  • PearlPoint Staff
    7 years 8 months ago

    For Father’s Day ... Or Any Day

    For Father’s Day ... Or Any Day

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  • Susan Earl Hosbach, CFRE
    7 years 8 months ago

    Clinical Trials – The Best Management of Oncology Patient Care

    I just returned from the largest conference I have ever attended – the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology in Chicago.  Over 30,000 oncologists and healthcare professionals from around the world gathered at the McCormick Center for several days to hear the latest news in

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  • Cancer Supportive Services
    7 years 8 months ago

    All Internet Information Is Not Created Equal

    Today, I googled the term “cancer information."  Putting aside for a moment the fact that “to google” really isn’t a verb, consider with me the outcome of that search.

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