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Survivorship

Survivorship is so much more than just surviving cancer. It involves living with, through and beyond a cancer diagnosis. The Community Cancer Center is proud to have the only dedicated Survivorship Clinic in the area, designed to help you through every step of your survivorship journey, regardless of when or where you were treated.

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Cancer and Work

by Heather Dommer, ARNP Survivorship Clinic Approximately 70% of cancer diagnoses occur for people between the ages of 20 and 74. This is the time of life most people are

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Survivorship Month

by Heather Dommer, ARNP Welcome to survivorship month 2022. Let me begin by recognizing all the millions of cancer survivors in the world and especially all the wonderful cancer survivors

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Colorectal Cancer

by Heather Dommer, ARNP March is national colorectal cancer awareness month. This was first dedicated by President Clinton in February 2000. Since then, March has become a month for everyone

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Spirituality

Spirituality

A cancer diagnosis often leads one to question those beliefs or to at least think about them a bit more. For some it may lead to spiritual distress and for others their spirituality may be what they find the most comforting. It is very normal to have strong spiritual feelings and to want to discuss these feelings with others.

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Blessings

Blessings

During the Month of November, We Celebrate Thanksgiving. Every year we take time to reflect on things that we are thankful for. Year after year I always say I am

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Chemotherapy Pain

Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathy

Numbness, Tingling, & Pain Chemotherapy-induced neuropathy is defined as numbness, tingling, and/or pain in the limbs that occurs because of chemotherapy. It is thought to be caused by damage to

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Physical Activity Survivorship

Physical Activity

Living a healthy lifestyle is important for all of us, but as a cancer survivor we stress physical wellness even more. My motto, “Move more and sit less.” It does

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