2014 National Cancer Survivors Day®
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Coping® magazine is proud to be an ongoing national sponsor of National Cancer Survivors Day® (NCSD). In cooperation with the National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation, Coping is pleased to provide you with exclusive coverage of NCSD 2014.

 

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This 27th annual Celebration of Life was held on Sunday, June 1, in hundreds of communities throughout the world.

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When a Grandparent has Cancer

There are many excellent resources for talking to children when a mom or dad is facing cancer. Countless websites, books, and magazine articles have addressed these issues, and the same points are identified and empha­sized time and again.

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Write Your Way through Cancer

Expressive writing can be a wonder­ful tool for clarifying your thoughts, relieving stress, and improving communication skills. Each of these benefits alone is a great reason to write. Who can argue against clearing up the haze of our daily overload of informa­tion, stimulation, and trepidation? Who can object to writing their way to relax­ation? Who can rail against the benefits of better communication?

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Drug Combination May Be Highly Effective in Treating Recurrent Ovarian Cancer

Research presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s 50th Annual Meeting suggests that the use of a combination drug therapy can provide significant improve­ment in women who have recurrent ovarian cancer.

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Just Got Diagnosed?

“I just got diagnosed with cancer. Now what do I do?” As a therapist who works with people facing illness, I hear this question often. People come into my office struggling with their reaction to their cancer diagnosis, as well as all those strange and uncomfortable feel­ings that come with it. We talk about their fears and hopes regarding treat­ment, and we talk about what a cancer diagnosis means for their future.

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Diagnosis: CLL
Your Guide to Understanding How Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia is Treated

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia is a type of cancer in which the bone marrow makes too many lympho­cytes (a type of white blood cell). CLL, a slow-growing blood and bone marrow disease, is one of the most common types of leukemia in adults.

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Words of Wisdom from
“The Running Rabbi"
on Facing Illness and Adversity

by Rabbi Hirshel Jaffe

In 1978, I bounded across the finish line of the New York City Marathon wearing a shirt identifying me as “The Running Rabbi.” I was equally as tireless in my calling as a rabbi in Newburgh, NY. I had marched for civil rights in the 1960s, rallied to free Soviet Jews, and in 1980 visited the hostages held in Iran. I’d never been sick in my life. I felt indestructible. That was then.

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