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Fighting Back Newsletter - Summer 2010


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In This Issue:
 
 
New Program Encourages Women to Put Their Health First
A Helping Hand after a Cancer Diagnosis
Research Conference Aims to Improve Quality of Life for Cancer Survivors and Their Families
Tell Congress to Make Cancer a National Priority
What's Happening in Your Community
 
 
New Program Encourages Women to Put Their Health First
The American Cancer Society has launched a new nationwide movement to shine the spotlight on a sobering statistic: 1 in 3 women will get cancer in her lifetime. Called Choose You, the new program is designed to inspire women to put their health first in order to reduce their risk for cancer and stay well. Learn more about the Choose You movement ...
 
 
A Helping Hand after a Cancer Diagnosis
Although hearing the words "you have cancer" can be scary enough, for some people the overwhelming maze of information and difficult choices they may face after receiving a diagnosis can be just as frightening. Sometimes, having someone help guide them through these complicated issues is an enormous step in beginning the journey to get well. Learn how the American Cancer Society Patient Navigator Program is helping people fill that need ...
 
 
Research Conference Aims to Improve Quality of Life for Cancer Survivors and Their Families
With more than 11 million cancer survivors in the United States alone, more attention than ever is being focused on the quality of life and long-term outcomes of cancer survivors. The recent "Cancer Survivorship Research: Recovery and Beyond" conference shared the latest information and research designed to improve long-term health and functional outcomes for cancer survivors and their families. Find out more about cancer survivorship research ...
 
 
Tell Congress to Make Cancer a National Priority
Some of the most important decisions about cancer aren't made at the doctor's office – they're made in Washington, D.C. Congress plays a critical role in supporting cancer research, prevention, early detection, and quality of life for patients and survivors. Read about one person's fight against cancer and tell Congress to make cancer a national priority by signing the petition from the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. Start fighting back by signing the petition now ...
 
 
What's Happening in Your Community
Help fight breast cancer this October by joining one of the many Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events in your area. Click here to get involved in an event near you.
 

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