Cancer

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the hardiness of our spirits. We are all filled with spirit. It is the essence of who we are. Within our spirit we find strength, resilience, character, places of hope and perseverance. The spirit within each of us is a life force that gets us through our challenges.
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March is National Nutrition Month! To honor National Nutrition Month, our resourceful dietician friends have created a number of blogs that will post during the month of March. These blogs will cover popular nutrition topics and myths. Check back often to see what new topics are being blogged about! “All registered dietitians are nutritionists but
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Every year on the last day of February, the world recognizes rare diseases—a day now known as Rare Disease Day. Rare diseases affect approximately 25 million to 30 million people in the United States each year. The purpose of Rare Disease Day is to educate the public and raise awareness among decision-makers about the impact of
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Professor Willie Hamilton specialises in primary care diagnostics at the University of Exeter. Comment and opinion from Cancer Research UK’s community of experts. The opinions outlined in this article do not necessarily represent the views of Cancer Research UK. The original cancer problem was that we weren’t testing smartly enough. When I became a GP
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Credit: PA Images Professor Gordon McVie was a giant in cancer research. His work spanned decades, crossed continents, and covered everything from cancer prevention to cancer research. He will be remembered by many for his passion, his optimism and for never being afraid to call someone out – from industry executives to Prime Ministers. Almost
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What can you do TODAY to make someone’s day a little brighter? Why not think about making kindness the norm, rather than the exception? Here are some ideas from the OncoLink team to #choosekind and #explorethegood today—or any day. And remember, it’s not about recognition— it’s just about doing something out of the kindness of
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Sugar helps cancer grow, but the immune system also uses sugar to help its cells grow and divide. What happens to the effectiveness of immunotherapy when there’s a competition with cancer cells over sugar? Researchers behind a new study aimed to find out. Combining mouse models and data from cancer patients, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer
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For over twenty years, Rhonda Murphy has encouraged locals in Fresno, CA to stay fit and healthy through her Workout Wednesdays featured on ABC30. She also replicates this program on her gym’s Facebook page, transforming them into livestreams. Typically, these short clips are informative messages about eating healthy and staying active, with tips and demonstrations
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