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Tobacco Cessation Program American Cancer Society

Details: Here are a few key reasons to quit from the 2020 U.S. Surgeon General’s Report: Quitting tobacco is beneficial at any age. Quitting tobacco improves health status and enhances the quality of life. Quitting tobacco reduces the risk of premature death and can add as much as a decade to life expectancy. It’s not too late to quit using tobacco.

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Tests for Childhood Leukemia

Details: The first tests done to look for leukemia are blood tests. The blood samples are usually taken from a vein in the arm, but in infants and younger children they may be taken from other veins (such as in the feet or scalp) or from a “finger stick.”. Blood counts and blood smears are the usual tests done on these samples.

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Targeted Therapy for Endometrial Cancer

Details: Lenvatinib. Lenvatinib (Lenvima) is a type of drug known as a kinase inhibitor. It helps block tumors from forming new blood vessels, as well as targeting some of the proteins in cancer cells that normally help them grow. It can be used along with the immunotherapy drug pembrolizumab (Keytruda) to treat some advanced endometrial cancers

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Living Well With Cancer — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: 4) Get proper nutrition-I eat lots of fruit and vegetables with every meal. 5) Get lots of exercise-walking is great. 6) Vitamins-I take 5 different types every day. 7) Hydrate, hydrate and then hydrate some more! Medical experts say you should drink 64 oz. of a clear liquid like water (but not Vodka!) per day! 8) Sleep-get some!

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Three blockages plus cancer — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: June 23 #1. Hi my was diagnosed with three blockages in main arteries of heart last year she survived but her heart functions only 30% two weeks ago my mother was diagnosed with esophageal cancer doctor said can't go through surgery and chemo treatment as her heart only 30 % besides radiotherapy alone have 11% chance to control cancer and there

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Uterine Cancer — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: Uterine Cancer. tvargas. Jun 19, 2022. I am new here and so overwhelmed right now. I have uterine cancer that has spread to cervix and is aggressive. Theu cannot confirm 100% but do believe it is in my lymph nodes. My tumors are too big and surgery is not an option. I ha e to do chemo first to try to shrink tumors but still not sure surgery can

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What is happening

Details: Do not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition. Use of this online service is subject to the disclaimer and the terms and conditions.

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Esophageal wall thickening — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: Esophageal wall thickening. mistylea34 Member Posts: 1 *. 6:45PM edited 6:56PM #1. Hello I'm new to this thread I'm 43 years old a woman my name is Misty. 3 years ago I was having issues swallowing long story short they did an endoscopy and it showed some papillomas that he biopsied he told me they were non-cancerous and never really mentioned

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Stage 4 colon Cancer moved to Lungs for the 2nd time AGE of …

Details: and 3 days during and taking pro-biotics. Metastasis to new location Aug 2020 then told in Dec 2020: CT. showed metastasis to Right lung now stage 4 and PET/CT along with lung biopsy. confirmed this finding. Bloodwork normal no increase in CEA. Spring 2021 did SBRT radiation for 3 treatments.

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National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center Executive …

Details: Health Policy Scholars Program” to educate health care clinicians and researchers in the area of policy related to cancer survivorship and navigation. This three-day program, featuring speakers from national advocacy groups, renowned cancer centers, academia, and research institutions, also included a visit to

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Cancer Support Strategic Partnerships Manager

Details: Bachelor's degree in public health, health administration, healthcare, nonprofit management or equivalent preferred; graduate or doctorate degree a plus. Preferred minimum of three years of experience in health care related sales or account management, with a proven background in fundraising and executive relationship development, preferably

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Quality of Life: Programs and Navigation

Details: personal health decisions, health care professionals lack the clinical practice guidelines necessary to optimize care and insurers and payers lack the guidance needed to ensure that appropriate care is accessible and affordable (Hewitt et al., 2006). Performance indicators were developed based on the

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NSCLC Diagnosis — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: NSCLC Diagnosis. TB4MH2022 Member Posts: 1 *. 1:45AM #1. My wonderful mother-in-law was very recently diagnosed with stage 4 NSCLC. We are facing several treatment options and I thought reaching out to a handful of messge boards and forums might help us decide which path to follow. The basics are she has never smoked or drank - even on rare

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Colorectal Cancer — Cancer Survivors Network

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2 Liver Lesions one month after Folfox — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: 2 Liver Lesions one month after Folfox. Hello. I'm 33 and got diagnosed last December. I finished the 6 rounds of FOLFOX after surgery in January and no my latest CT shows 2 small hypoenhancing lesions 12 and 19 mm just less than a month after chemo. The Docs aren't certain it's cancerous but my cea is 33 so they won't be shocked either.

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nucala — Cancer Survivors Network

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Coordinator, Hope Lodge

Details: The schedule for this role is 8:00 am- 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday at $16.50 per hour. This role is fully benefits eligible and eligible for additional shift differential pay due to hours outside of the day shift. JOB SUMMARY. Assists the Hope Lodge team in operating a Hope Lodge, a free hospitality house for cancer patients undergoing active

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Six Year Tests — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: Six Year Tests. Bay Area Guy Member Posts: 547 Member. 7:33PM #1. I haven’t been around for a while…..traveling…..woo hoo. But back home and had tests/scans needed for my annual survivorship program appointment. The results are already in. Creatinine was 0.94, better than before my merry-go-round started. eGFR was 89, also a high for me

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Three month scans — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: Three month scans. Mmoses25 Member Posts: 242 Member. June 19 #1. I’ve always had three month scans well the last time I was in doctor move me to six month scans well I find I’m just past my three months and getting a little anxiety it’s funny what our minds will do.

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National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center Policy/Advocacy

Details: health care professional curricula on the elements and delivery of survivorship care. To facilitate improved information sharing and communication among health care professionals and survivors, the workgroup recommends the utilization of a survivorship care plan and electronic medical records triggers when screenings or follow-up are needed.

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Colorectal Cancer — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: I am a stage 4 colon cancer survivor who was diagnosed in January of 2007 (2 spots on liver + 3 out of 33 nodes involved). Since my initial diagnosis, I had a liver resection in June of 2007 followed by an additional 3 months of chemo. In November of 2007, I was declared cancer free. Unfortunately, one tiny spot….

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The Survivorship Center Year 03 Executive Summary

Details: information on self-efficacy, health behaviors, disease control, health outcomes, health care utilization and workplace productivity. Collection of 6-month follow-up data began in June 2013 and will continue through April 2014. 12-month data collection will begin in December 2013 and continue through approximately October 2014.

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Colorectal Cancer — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: Colorectal Cancer. Please remember that these discussion boards are a public forum, which means open to the public (i.e. non-CSN members) and the content can be found via internet search engines. Members are strongly advised not to share personal identifiers such as real names, email address, telephone number, street address, etc.

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Very cold air conditioning — Cancer Survivors Network

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Search our Job Opportunities at AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

Details: The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, we have regional and local offices throughout the country that support 6 geographical Regions and ensure we have a presence in every community.

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Breast Cancer — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: Jul 8, 2009. Breast Cancer. New pic of Ava! :) You must go to RE's Expression Page. She has posted a new pic of little Ava with her brother Ian this time. She looks so beautiful, so healthy! I just love to see new pics of her darling little face. Thanks for these RE!

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Rituxan and back pain — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: Rituxan and back pain. Angiemama Member Posts: 1 *. 9:43PM #1. I’m being treated with Rituxan for Malt Lymphoma. (Salivary gland). I’ve had 2 treatments so far. 4 days after my first treatment my back started hurting. Mostly the flank area. (Back sides) It …

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Colorectal Cancer — Cancer Survivors Network

Details: Started by Shayenne. Most recent by ron50. Feb 25, 2009. Colorectal Cancer. Results in -- all clear!! Yea! Thanks for all the warm words as I went through the waiting game. I was BLESSED BLESSED BLESSED to get my results (MRI of thorax, …

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Third Lumpectomy — Cancer Survivors Network

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