Learn how inhibitor drugs aim to stop specific actions from occurring inside cancer cells: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

How does cancer do that? Stopping cancer from co-opting good cell behavior for its evil motives | CTCA

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Laurence Altshuler, MD speaks to the importance of cancer patients getting quality sleep and what patients can do if they are experiencing insomnia or sleep disturbances.
Fatigue is the most common side effect of cancer treatment according to the National Cancer Institute. Learn how fatigue develops and what could happen if left untreated: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Fatigue: A common complaint among cancer patients | CTCA

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Rod Echols shares how his wife Keisha played a vital role in his colorectal cancer journey, “It would be difficult to go through what I just went through without Keisha... she’s been so supportive from the beginning.”

How did a caregiver or loved one help you during your journey?
“If you're a caregiver, don't be afraid to ask for help. Don't be afraid to say, ‘Hey, we're struggling today,’ because, looking back, I didn't do that. I felt like I could do it all on my own.” Guest Mary Hahn talks about her experience as a caregiver to her husband and how she adjusted to the various changes on the cancer journey. You can find the whole show at [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Caring for Caregivers | Health, Hope and Inspiration

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10 tips for substituting healthy foods in your everyday recipes: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

'Spring clean' your recipes with healthy food substitutions | CTCA

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Welcome to our live cooking demonstration! Follow along for important nutrition tips and find the link for the recipe below. Comment with questions for Jarrett Stoll, MS, RD, LDN or Kyle Dent, MS, RD, CSO, LDN.
Join us today for a live cooking demo at 2pm ET/1pm CT with our Clinical Oncology Dietitians from CTCA at Midwestern Regional Medical Center. Featured recipe includes Lemon Dill Salmon with Mixed Vegetables and Quinoa en Papillote.
Join us Monday, March 20th for a live cooking demo at 2pm ET/1pm CT with our Clinical Oncology Dietitians from CTCA at Midwestern Regional Medical Center. Featured recipe includes Lemon Dill Salmon with Mixed Vegetables and Quinoa en Papillote.
According to a study in the JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute, colorectal cancer, normally associated with older people, is rising in millennials and Generation Xers. [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Colorectal cancer rates rising sharply in younger people | CTCA

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S.L.A.S.H. added sugars from your diet with this easy to remember guide.

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Learn how integrative care helped Mike Fincham manage colon cancer side effects and tips that may help other patients: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Colorectal cancer side effects: What you should know and how to find help | CTCA

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Genetic tests may be helpful, but it’s important to understand their limitations in measuring cancer risk: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Genetic tests may be helpful, but understand their limitations | CTCA

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“We all have opportunity for improvement and getting better. And so if I can help a church come to the understanding of what it means to really minister to people with cancer and how to do that, then I'm helping them fulfill their commission as a congregation.” Rev. Chip Gordon shares his experience and insights about the impact of cancer ministry training through Our Journey of Hope. Hear...
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Our Journey of Hope | Health, Hope and Inspiration

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One in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States. [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]
All warmed up and ready for at Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County Race for the Cure at Dodger Stadium...@cancercenter is proud to serve SoCal! #CTCAsupports
These healthy habits may improve sleep quality and overall well-being: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

8 healthy habits for better sleep | CTCA

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Kelsey George shares her moving story about battling Hodgkin lymphoma and getting engaged during treatment.
Cancer-related depression may not only affect cancer patients, but caregivers as well. Learn about the symptoms of clinical depression and ways to manage and alleviate those feelings: [ Ctcaho.pe Link ]

Cancer-related depression: What is it and what can you do about it? | CTCA

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Last week, our hospital in Tulsa hosted our 3rd annual Community Awareness Day that featured 30 organizations. Our Tulsa stakeholders volunteered more than 3,000 hours in 2016 and they’re looking forward to more ways they can help their community this year. Thank you to all of our partners and volunteers for your hard work and dedication to the Tulsa community!