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May 24

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A Conversation with Dr. Lucy Kalanithi

A Conversation with Dr. Lucy Kalanithi Sponsor Form Want to learn more? Visit ACancerConversation.com or email RPishnick@CancerSupportTexas.org.

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Apr 14

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Wigging Out: To Wig or not to Wig?

WIGGING OUT: To wig or not to wig? Why consider a wig? While wigs can offer privacy, convenience or transformation; the decision to wear a wig, or not, is a personal one. This series is designed to give you the information you need to make a choice based on facts, not fear. Having good information can […]

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Mar 01

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Hear from the Volunteer: DeeDee Stead McCrary

Hear from our Junior League of Dallas volunteer, DeeDee… My name is DeeDee, and I have been a volunteer for Cancer Support Community North Texas (CSCNT) since 2008. When I first began, the Clubhouse was still called Gilda’s Club, named in tribute to former Saturday Night Live cast member Gilda Radner, who died of ovarian […]

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Nov 03

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What Is Immunotherapy?

Immunotherapy is one of the most exciting areas of new discoveries and treatments for many different kinds of cancer. Understanding how the immune system works is opening the doors to developing new treatments that are changing the way we think about and treat cancer. Most people receiving immunotherapy are treated in specialized ...

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Aug 18

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Get fit with ZYN22 for CSCNT!

  RSVP by clicking here.     Questions? Email Info@CancerSupportTexas.org. Want to host a proceeds event for Cancer Support Community North Texas? Contact Ann Whaley at (214) 345-8230 or AWhaley@CancerSupportTexas.org.

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Apr 27

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Cancer Support Community North Texas THR Foundation Feature

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Mar 03

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CEO Update

As always, this month’s calendar at all clubhouses is packed with interesting presentations and great activities offering something for everyone. We’ll get spring going with the perennial favorite, the 11th Annual Texas Health Dallas Breast Cancer Survivor Retreat that takes place at the Dallas clubhouse on Saturday, March 26th. ...

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Jan 21

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Why Do I Need Support?

Why do I need support? Whether you are someone with cancer or someone close to you has cancer, it can be very helpful to talk with others in a similar situation who will understand what you are going through. Support from others who understand can help to improve your ability to cope, your ability to feel […]

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Sep 09

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Love, Trust and Pixie Dust featuring our CEO

Check Out Psychology Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Love Trust and Pixie Dust on BlogTalkRadio Straight from the reporter, Leslie Green: After receiving a cancer diagnosis, the sheer number and magnitude of emotions is staggering. I know firsthand. The medical side of things could not be more important, but often, it’s the ...

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Aug 26

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Fighting Cancer with Nutrition

Fighting Cancer with Nutrition and Healthy Labor Day Snacks Tuesday, August 26, 6:30-8pm OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: Kalli Castille, MS, RD, CSO, LD, Director of Nutritional Support and Culinary, and Executive Chef, Kenny Wagner from Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southwestern Regional Medical Center will discuss and present on ...

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Nov 16

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CSC General Wishlist

Cancer Support Community North Texas relies on our donors’ generous support providing goods such as art supplies, kitchen sundries, toys, office equipment and other vital supplies to sustain the programs and activities we provide free of charge.  In-kind services, including photography, videography, printing, catering, and other ...

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Jun 30

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Dominoes Help Create Community

“Ready to play dominoes?” If you’re around the clubhouse on a Monday evening, this is the most important question of the night! Dedicated volunteers Cathy Susie and Heather Barthlow have been playing dominoes with members since 2012, and they have even roped a new recruit, Whitney Hanlon, into the fun! The game is the same ...

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