Commitment to a healthier lifestyle doesn’t have to be complicated. [ Link ]

Eight small steps for being active and eating healthy | CTCA
Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma share several similarities, but do you know their differences? [ Link ]

What's the difference? Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma
“All of our lives, we are taught to gain. We are taught to build something. We are taught to expand or grow something. We are not taught how to let go.” Reverend Michael Langham explains how embracing the process of grief fully can lead to a healthier perspective on loss and living the best life possible. You can find the whole show at [ Link ]

Dealing with Grief and Loss | Health, Hope and Inspiration
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: [ Link ]

13 Top Winter Superfoods - Cancer Fighters Thrive
Learn about the importance of the tracheoesophageal puncture procedure and how it’s helping cancer patients find their voice again: [ Link ]

What is a tracheoesophageal puncture and what does it do? | CTCA
When Mark and Deb Pattullo got married over 30 years ago, they never imagined that cancer would be a journey that they would share.
Sharing a cancer diagnosis isn’t easy. If you work, you may be wondering how to share your diagnosis with your boss and co-workers, and when. The following tips may help you better prepare: [ Link ]

How to tell your boss and co-workers you have cancer | CTCA
Mind-body therapist Tanis Taylor, LMFT offers advice for those struggling to keep their New Year’s resolutions: [ Link ]

What other tips would you add to this list?

Failing at your New Year's resolutions already? | CTCA
“I think the church is missing a great opportunity if we don't realize one of the best times to reach out to people, one of the best times God can work in their life, is when they're in pain and in desperation and looking for answers.” Listen-in as Pastor Vic Simpson shares a personal journey of hope through his battle with cancer and how he was inspired to minister to others. You can hear the...
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Many people don’t know what to say or how to act when a loved one is diagnosed with cancer. What advice would you give them?
Did you know that one in three hospitalized patients are malnourished? 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: [ Link ]

Addressing malnutrition: The silent diagnosis | CTCA
Two comfort food recipes that are delicious and incorporate a secret ingredient - vegetables.
“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
Female reproductive cancers —cervical, uterine and ovarian— don’t get the attention that breast cancer does, although they affect tens of thousands of women each year.

In recognition of Cervical Health Awareness Month, learn more about the reproductive cancers and help raise awareness. [ Link ]

What you should know about reproductive cancers | CTCA
How-to set practical goals, improve physical wellness and emotional well-being in 2017: [ Link ]

Healthy living in the New Year | CTCA
Rev. Percy McCray shares selected scriptures which offer peace and encouragement to cancer patients and their caregivers.
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“I love the word survivorship and the entire concept… After spending weeks at the hospital for treatment, it helped me transition to the next phase. My team gave me a plan and said, ‘Here’s what we want you to do’,” says Steve Paris.

Learn about some of the challenges that may come with beating cancer and how to manage them: [ Link ]

Survivorship: An important part of the cancer journey | CTCA
A new study on immunotherapy drug, TSR-022, aims to expose cancer cells to the immune system. [ Link ]

Trial studies immunotherapy drug designed to trigger cascading immune response | CTCA
Did you know that some natural supplements and foods may harm cancer patients and even counteract certain cancer treatments? [ Link ]

7 Food Supplements Cancer Patients Should Avoid - Cancer Fighters Thrive
“True courage cannot exist unless it is in the face of fear…it requires us to dig deeper.” Join Rev. Percy McCray in this special Christmas broadcast about finding inspiration and sustaining hope through the challenges of a cancer journey.
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