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Quality Care for All

Discover how you can be a more powerful cancer advocate this year.

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Eat Well to Get Well

Good nutrition helps cancer patients feel better and fight their disease more effectively. The Society's new cookbook, What to Eat During Cancer Treatment, has flavorful answers for these and other challenges.

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Talking Tobacco with Your Kids

If you're worried about keeping your kids away from cigarettes, take a deep breath.

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The Color of Hope

In the battle to end breast cancer, awareness and funding are critical – and everyone can help...even in your garden. Join our Plant-it-Pink campaign to support the fight against breast cancer.

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Sun Sense for Summer Days

The good weather's finally here, and after a long Illinois winter, we're all eager to get out in the sun and fresh air.

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Caregivers Need TLC Too

Learn how to care for yourself while caring for a loved one with cancer.

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LWCC Conference - May 5, 2010, Augusta, ME - Workshop Descriptions

2010_Augusta_LWCC_Workshop_Descriptions.pdf

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2010_Augusta_LWCC_Workshop_Descriptions.pdf

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Breast Cancer Screening Presentation

OctoberPresentation1.pdf

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The Color of Prevention

When it comes to choosing a healthy diet, nature gives us colorful cues.

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Teach Your Children Well

Showing kids how to live a healthy, active life begins where they live and learn.

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Roger Brown: Don't Put It Off – Get Your Test

After the test he credits with saving his life, Roger Brown's doctor told him he should become the poster boy for colon cancer prevention.

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New Look New Life

Gloria Taylor of Buffalo Grove remembers how her long, light brown hair looked before her diagnosis with breast cancer.

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Helping Kids Cope with Cancer in the Family

From monsters under the bed to the bully in the schoolyard, kids must learn to deal with everyday troubles.

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Healthy for the Long Run

Cindy Kuesis remembers the night in December 2005 when her plan to run the LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon became real.

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Get the Cancer Facts

Maybe it's just a rumor.

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A Fabulous Feast

Worried that Thanksgiving may be hazardous to your health?

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A Doctor's View of Patient Navigation Services

At Stroger Hospital we care for the uninsured and underinsured. Approximately 45% have some form of insurance such as Medicaid or Medicare, but more than half have no coverage at all.

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A Beautiful Legacy

Friends and family agree Sharon was a lovely woman with a strong spirit.

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OctoberPresentation1.pdf

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October1.pdf

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