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Many cancer survivors experience physical and emotional side effects after treatment that makes it difficult to reclaim independence.

In addition to the tips shared in the article, what advice would you give to someone trying to navigate the complexities of survivorship? http://ctcaho.pe/2kkHMYx

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Women can make their health a priority this year by scheduling tests that may help prevent and find cancer: http://ctcaho.pe/2k9AU03
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Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma share several similarities, but do you know their differences? http://ctcaho.pe/2k4hmhU 
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Learn about the importance of the tracheoesophageal puncture procedure and how it’s helping cancer patients find their voice again: http://ctcaho.pe/2jMuDLI
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Sharing your cancer diagnosis with your supervisors and co-workers can be nerve-wracking. But by having a plan, you may be able to ease the anxious feelings that come with the difficult announcement: http://ctcaho.pe/2jk0Oyr
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“Being an athlete gives you a mindset that you can use throughout life, in terms of being a good teammate, building a winning attitude. I carry that same mentality to everything that I do. That winning culture is deep in me.”
– Ken, husband, grandfather and prostate cancer fighter

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Dr. Meiri spoke to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network today and provided a #WageHope message on the advancements in pancreatic cancer care. Thank you for Dr. Meiri, Dr. Yahanda, and Dr. Watkins for supporting our partners! How do you find messages of hope?
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Commitment to a healthier lifestyle doesn’t have to be complicated. http://ctcaho.pe/2k4VJdb
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Garden-fresh produce and the cold winter months don’t exactly go hand-in-hand. However, these superfoods show that cancer patients can still eat fresh and get the nutrients they need this season: http://ctcaho.pe/2izvdXY 
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When Deb and Mark Pattullo got married over 30 years ago, they never imagined that one of the many journeys they would share would be cancer: http://ctcaho.pe/2iLpBL9
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Mind-body therapist Tanis Taylor, LMFT offers advice for those struggling to keep their New Year’s resolutions: http://ctcaho.pe/2i9DB5l
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Many cancer patients experience some degree of malnutrition. In addition to affecting the quality of life of patients, malnutrition can also disrupt the treatments that patients need to fight cancer. Help prevent or catch malnutrition early on by learning about its causes and characteristics: http://ctcaho.pe/2jjWGlx 
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Introduction
At Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), we have been fighting advanced and complex cancer for decades. We take an individualized, personalized approach to every cancer patient. You’ll discover this difference as soon as you meet our team of cancer experts.

Part of our promise to you and your family is to offer clear information, and powerful and thorough treatment options, all based on your individual needs. Your care team includes clinicians from multiple disciplines who meet regularly to customize and fully integrate your treatment. We use state-of-the-art technology and innovative therapies to aggressively treat the disease. We also support you with therapies to boost your immune system, reduce pain, and help you stay strong, because we know that managing the side effects of cancer treatment is half the battle.


Together with you and your caregivers, we develop an integrated cancer treatment plan that’s right for you. We fight cancer, one patient at a time.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® offers many forms of cancer treatment including surgical oncology, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, stem cell transplantation, biotherapy/immunotherapy, chemoembolization, hormone therapy, and photodynamic therapy treatments. CTCA also provides supportive therapies including nutrition therapy, pain management, naturopathic medicine, mind-body medicine, oncology rehabilitation, and spiritual support therapy.

The information provided on this site is not meant to replace the advice of a medical professional. As always, you should check with your nutritionist and/or doctor about your specific needs.
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