In This eUpdate:
Tony Award-winning Actress Phyllis Newman
Men & Cancer: When Cancer Affects Your Sexual Health
Now That I Have Cancer...
Get Moving!
 

Phyllis Newman A CONVERSATION WITH
 
Tony Award-winning Actress Phyllis Newman
by Laura Shipp

Phyllis Newman got her start in show business imitating Carmen Miranda professionally in Atlantic City when she was four years old. But it was her portrayal of Martha Vale in the musical Subways Are for Sleeping – in which she wore only a bath towel – that earned her a Tony Award and catapulted her to national fame. More recently, in June 2009, she received her second Tony Award, the newly created Isabelle Stevenson Award for her philanthropic efforts in the theater community.
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Men & Cancer: When Cancer Affects Your Sexual Health
by Phil Nguyen, MD

Survivors often realize that the very same treatment programs that have saved their lives are now affecting their sexual health and level of intimacy with their partners. Sound familiar?
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Now That I Have Cancer...
by John Robert McFarland,Survivor of the Week

I have nauseated days and frightened days. Tired days and hurting days. Long days and short days. Silent days and alone days. Sore mouth days and swollen hand days. Bald days and diarrhea days. Rainy days and sunny days. Cold days and warm days. But no bad days.
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Get Moving!
by Julie Goodale

Lately, we hear more and more about how we should be active and keep moving throughout cancer treatments. Exercise may help us feel better and reduce fatigue, boost our immune system, and reduce our risk of recurrence for some cancers. Figuring out how to begin and what’s an appropriate level of exercise can be difficult.
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