Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week is April 1-7
Every year 70,000 people between the ages of 15 and 39 (young adults, YAs) are diagnosed with cancer. Despite the many advances in cancer care, survival rates in this group have not changed in 30 years. But YAs aren't sitting by quietly, they've started a movement to create change. Get the facts about cancer in YAs on OncoLink or at The Group Room!
Finding & Caring For a Wig
Looking to get a wig to deal with hair loss? Let the gals from Faith & Hope Boutique teach you the ABCs of Wig Selection and Care!
Get Your Veggies!
Adding fruits and veggies to your diet is good for you in so many ways - helps with weight loss, cancer risk reduction and providing energy to your body, to name a few. Check out the Nutrition Nuggets blog for lots of vegetarian recipe ideas!
Coping With Cancer
A diagnosis of cancer brings about many emotions and concerns. Our social workers and counselors have created the Coping with Cancer section to provide advice for managing these concerns.