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Feb 10

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Open to Options

Making a Cancer Treatment Decision That Is Right For You Making a decision about cancer treatment can be an overwhelming experience for many people. Important decisions need to be made about treatment for new or recurrent cancer as well as ending treatment. Sometimes it is hard to know what questions to ask the doctor. One […]

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Feb 29

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Open to Options: Helping You Prepare for Your Cancer Treatment Decisions

Cancer Support Community North Texas has a decision support counseling program called Open to Options® that can help you prepare for an appointment in which you will be making a treatment decision. The program is available in English or Spanish for people with any stage of cancer. The service can help you get the most […]

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Jan 14

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Psychologic Intervention Improves Survival for Breast Cancer Patients

RESEARCH UPDATE: TWC Perspective: Psychologic Intervention Improves Survival for Breast Cancer Patients: A Randomized Clinical Trial, Cancer, November 17, 2008 This Monday, an important article entitled Psychologic Intervention Improves Survival for Breast Cancer Patients: A Randomized Clinical Trial by Barbara Andersen and ...

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Dec 14

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Frankly Speaking about Cancer

Looking for information about a specific type of ‪cancer‬? What about managing the cost of care? Our Frankly Speaking series has everything you need! Click HERE to order or download your ‪‎FREE‬ resources today.   By Topic Breast Reconstruction Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Spotlight on Breast Reconstruction Cancer ...

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Nov 23

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What is Reiki?

What is Reiki? Reiki is a safe, effective ancient Japanese Art of Healing. The meaning of the word REIKI:  REI-KI REI: describes the universal, total, all-encompassing aspect of energy that surrounds all living things. [non-physical energy] KI: describes universal physical energy. Life energy in an individual. This word is used to ...

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Mar 23

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Stranger in a Strange Land

  They say that cancer is a journey, but if that is true, it means crossing into a strange, new land. You don’t speak the language. Your old world seems to disappear. Your days are suddenly filled with doctor’s appointments, scans, lab work—and bills. You want to understand what is happening but you either have […]

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