Did You Know... The Facts About Young Adults and Cancer?
Cancer Isn't Picky: A moving story of young survivorship by Jennifer Vorraro
Call for Artwork Submissions: Oncology on CanvasSM
Eli Lilly and Company opens the 2008 Oncology on CanvasSM: Expressions of a Cancer Journey Art Competition and Exhibition. This marks the third biennial competition that continues to provide U.S. and Puerto Rico residents the opportunity to express visually and in narrative the emotions and experiences that define the cancer journey.
Understanding Clinical Trials (DVD)
OncoLink DVD review
OncoPilot "Back in Port": The "End" of the Journey
After active treatment is complete, you will begin a plan
for follow-up care. Completion of therapy is a time when friends and family say, "Congratulations" and "You must be glad to be done", but you may be feeling uncertain about this milestone. You aren't alone. This is a very common reaction and there are a few tips to
help you deal with it.
Lesbians, gay men, bisexual, and transgender people are considered to be at higher risk for certain types of cancers. Furthermore, they experience some unique challenges in cancer survivorship, including ?coming out? to providers and the effects of cancer on LGBT sexuality. These resources provide information and support.
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