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Mind, Body and Side Effects

Getting Back to Your Life as Usual

When you're diagnosed with cancer, everyone's first priority is doing what they can to get rid of it. You may need surgery. Your oncologist might prescribe chemotherapy or radiation. These things can take a toll on your body, even when the cancer is gone. Whether you're in treatment or done with treatment, physical and/or occupational therapy can help you get back to life as usual.

Easy Listening

Finding Comfort in Music Therapy

Caring for the Whole Patient

Supportive Care Center opens in Med Inn Building

Poetry Puzzler

Battle back chemobrain with your pen

Strange Bedfellows: Cancer and Sex

Therapist Sallie Foley encourages patients to educate themselves about their sexuality.

Check it Out

Cancer Center opens new patient and family center

Surf to Wellness

Cancer Center offers Complementary Therapy online

Imagining Wellness

Guided Imagery engages the senses to cope with cancer

Exercise

Another weapon in the fight against cancer

When Support Falls Short

Things to do and say to let your friends and loved ones know what you need to face your illness.

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