The first few months of living with cancer are weird. What seems especially unsettling is that life goes on normally around you, but YOU HAVE CANCER. Your life is suddenly different but everyone else is carrying on like they always do. This sensation is even more intense during the holiday season. There are traditions and
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April Question: “I’d love to help support people going through cancer, but I’ve never had it myself? Can I still volunteer? What’s involved?” Our answer: Absolutely! Many of our volunteers are people who have not had cancer themselves, but are committed to helping in a variety of way. Please take a look at the volunteer
Come join us at Cinemapolis for fun, friends and free popcorn!! Diagnosed with spinal cancer, 27 yr. old Adam navigates the road to recovery with the sometimes overbearing support of his crude best friend, his smothering mother & an inexperienced therapist. Inspired by a true story, 50/50 is an honest yet hysterically funny account of
Honey Iced Tea With the seasons starting to change, causing many people to get sick, I wanted to share a healthy iced tea recipe that is also immune boosting. I personally prefer hot teas unsweetened, but I love a sweetened iced tea. The difficult part about making iced tea is figuring out how to add
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I have been thinking about gift suggestions for people who are being treated for cancer and for those who have recently completed treatment. As a starting point, my recommendation is to give gifts of life rather than gifts of cancer. No matter how well-intentioned the gift, I become cranky if I find my Christmas stocking