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A diagnosis of cancer doesn't just affect a child's immediate family members and neighborhood friends. When they go back to school, it's something their classmates will likely have questions about.

https://iscc-charity.org/how-to-explain-your-childs-cancer-to-their-classmates/
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Happy Independence Day! Wishing you a very Happy Fourth of July from all the physicians and staff at Comprehensive Cancer Centers!
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This review of data from the Central Brain Tumor Registry focused on findings in 244,808 patients with a #glioma and found marked differences by race or ethnicity, specifically with non-Hispanic whites demonstrating a higher incidence and lower survival than other demographic groups. Read more https://ja.ma/2Mf5raK
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Choosing healthy foods may also ease some of the side effects associated with some cancer treatments. For some kids with cancer, healthy eating may mean avoiding certain foods. For others it could mean finding the right balance of nutrient-rich foods.
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Beets, which are rich in betaine, a class of antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, make a healthy and colorful addition to this hummus recipe. https://ctcaho.pe/2IC6Oz3
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April 9-15 is National Minority Cancer Awareness Week. We are working to raise awareness to help improve participation in cancer screenings and treatment for racial and ethnic minority populations: http://bit.ly/2qjB6hR
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We are proud to announce that we added cancer genetic counseling to our services under the guidance of renowned cancer genetic counselor, Barbara Caldwell, MSN, APRN. For more information about Barbara and this new service, visit our website: http://bit.ly/2GxgWYD
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