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“I am so very thankful for four amazing kids, my family and friends who turned into family. I choose to be thankful for the many blessings in my life and grateful for all the ones to come.” – Jennifer White, RN, BSN
Find out how researches hope to reduce metastasis by learning how to block evasive cancer cells’ hiding places. [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

How does cancer do that? Attacking cancer cells where they hide | CTCA

With flu season upon us, it’s important for cancer patients, survivors and caregivers to understand how they can reduce the risk of contracting the flu. [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Should cancer patients get the flu shot? | CTCA

Cancer is a disease influenced by biology, genetics and lifestyle habits. So many may not be surprised to learn that cancer affects women and men differently. But why this connection exists is something that scientists are still researching.

Find out what scientists have learned so far and what they hope studies will tell them in the future: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Why does cancer affect men and women differently? | CTCA

Just two months after John and Misty Bergner were married; Misty was diagnosed with lung cancer. John recalls the challenge of that time, “It was in sickness and health right off the bat. We can laugh about it now—about how crazy that was—but it was tough.”

Read more about Misty and John’s journey through treatment, going smoke free and never giving up hope: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Facing Lung Cancer and Quitting Smoking Together - Cancer Fighters Thrive

Meet, Hunter. Just two months after brain surgery utilizing a breakthrough treatment funded by a Gateway for Cancer Research trial, Hunter is a thriving two year old.

Celebrate #GivingTuesday by supporting Gateway today and give real hope to cancer patients like Hunter, who need better treatment options. [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]
“I always say to patients, ‘this is a family affair.’” Listen-in as special guest Melanie Corbman, MS, LCGC, talks about the unique way she involves the patient’s family in the process of genetic counseling. [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]
Help change lung cancer statistics for the better by raising awareness and sharing your voice: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]
The holidays are a time for joy and celebration but for some it can be filled with stress. Check out 6 tips to de-stress and enjoy the season: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Tips for overcoming the holiday blues | CTCA

“I am thankful for the health of my children. I am also thankful for my health and ability to care for my patients that are in great emotional, spiritual and physical need. I feel grateful that CTCA provides me the resources as a physician to help calm fears and raise hopes in the fight against cancer. Without such resources, I would be emphatic, but would not be as truly empowered as I feel...
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Share below what you are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Looking for a nutritious addition to your holiday celebrations? Try this delicious curried pumpkin soup recipe: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Curried Pumpkin Soup - Cancer Fighters Thrive

According to the American Lung Association, survival rates more than triple when lung cancer is detected early. Learn how you can raise awareness for lung cancer today: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

#1 Cancer Killer in Women - Know Your Risk - Cancer Fighters Thrive

Learn more about lung cancer with our #TreatThePerson Q&A with Bruce Gershenhorn, DO: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Dr. Bruce Gershenhorn answers your questions about lung cancer | CTCA

“You probably have more people sitting inside of your local church that are ready and fit for this ministry than you realize.” Rev. Aking Beverly shares with host Rev. Percy McCray about how pastors can mobilize their members to start a cancer care ministry. Find the whole show here: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]
Last Friday, the National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL) saluted the Top Women in Health Care including Anne Meisner (left) our Chief Hospital Operations Officer and President and CEO of our hospital in Newnan, GA.

Ann Meisner shared the stage with Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice (right), President of Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA and television journalist Barbara West...
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In the spirit of the holidays, we’ll be sharing what our clinicians are thankful for over the next few weeks. We’d love to hear from you, comment below with what you’re grateful for.

“I am thankful for the opportunities to demonstrate the latest medical technologies to the next generation of innovators.” – Peter Baik, DO, FACOS
Hair loss is often one of the most difficult chemotherapy side effects for patients to experience. However, there are many ways cancer fighters can prepare for alopecia: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Having chemotherapy? How to prepare for hair loss | CTCA

Looking for ways to improve nutrition during the holidays? Visit our Thanksgiving Recipes Pinterest board for healthy holiday favorites: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Nutritious Thanksgiving Recipes

“This study confirms, at the molecular level, what we have known for many years… The toxins in cigarettes cause direct DNA damage, resulting in hundreds of cancer-causing mutations,” Dr. Bruce Gershenhorn, DO, says about a new study by the journal “Science”.

Learn more about the new study and the effect that tobacco smoke can have on smokers: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Study exposes damage caused by smoking