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Aug 02

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August Newsletter

Click here to download our August 2018 newsletter. Questions? Call (214) 345-8230

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Aug 01

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Legal Resources and Cancer

Legal Resources and Cancer “Legal” is not usually the first word that comes time mind when you have a cancer diagnosis. The focus when initially diagnosed tends to be on treatment and the next steps. There are several paths in which you may have to access legal resources: * Disability * Employment Concerns * Health […]

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Jul 19

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August Newsletter

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Jul 05

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Volunteer of the Month: Kendall Childers

I started volunteering at CSC through their relationship with the Junior League of Dallas in 2014 and have selected CSC as my placement every year since. When I was searching for a placement my first year with Junior League I knew I wanted to go somewhere that was making a difference in a community I […]

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Jul 02

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Advocacy and Cancer

Advocacy and Cancer There are moments in time when a major life event can spark the motivation to make change. The need for change often arises when people experience roadblocks and frustrations while dealing with this new and sometimes unexpected event. A cancer diagnosis can in many situations cause a ripple effect that can ...

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Jun 25

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2nd Annual Business, Breakthroughs and Future of Cancer Care

Join us for the 2nd Annual Business, Breakthroughs and Future of Cancer Care A Take on Cancer Together Initiative Wednesday, August 29, 2018 | Eisemann Center Open to the Public | FREE of Charge | CEU’s, CNE’s & CECH’s Offered 3.5 Contact Hours for Nurses, Social Workers, Professional Counselors & Health Education ...

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Jun 19

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Where can you get a Texas-sized steak for FREE in Texas?!

Texas Trivia! The Big Texan Steak Ranch Restaurant in Amarillo serves a 4½ pound steak for free, if you can eat it in an hour.

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Jun 19

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July Newsletter

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Jun 05

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Volunteer of the Month: Asif Ahsanullah

Volunteer of the Month: Asif Ahsanullah Back in 2007, I was a consultant at Hitachi Consulting and my boss requested us to perform a complete technology assessment for what was then Gilda’s Club North Texas, now Cancer Support Community North Texas (CSCNT).  Since then I have continued to volunteer as I believe that CSCNT truly ...

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Jun 04

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Cancer-Related Behavioral Health Grant

Cancer-Related Behavioral Health Grant A cancer diagnosis can bring a lot of challenges and frustrations as you continue with treatment. As a social worker, I truly believe that mental health plays a huge role in the ability to help overcome major barriers. It is a privilege for me to work for an organization that understands […]

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May 17

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The Business, Breakthroughs and Future of Cancer Care 2018

Wednesday, August 29th Click here to register Download your invite here.

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May 01

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Texas Department of Insurance

Texas Department of Insurance The Texas Department of Insurance mission is to protect insurance consumers by: • Regulating the insurance industry fairly and diligently • Promoting a stable and competitive market • Providing information that makes a difference. TDI has a lot of great tools and information to use if you are ...

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Apr 30

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Volunteer of the Month: Jace Maxwell

Jace Maxwell is the owner and lead teacher trainer at the Roanoke location of Studio Samadhi and is well-loved there for her bright energy and compassionate spirit!  Jace became involved with CSCNT after being asked to be a substitute a few Reiki classes for the regular instructor. She has thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the […]

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Mar 30

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Senior Resources from the Cancer Resource Specialist

Senior Resources In every stage of life there is always something new to learn. Staying connected to the resources in your community as a senior can be very helpful when you are on a fixed income or if you become ill. From Medicare/Medicaid to local community organizations, understanding what is available will empower a senior […]

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