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Coping® Introduces RSS on Website
Healing Through Yoga
The Oncology Nurse
That’s What Friends Are For
 

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Coping® Introduces RSS on Website

Coping has implemented the capability to syndicate content through RSS feeds to notify you when new Featured Articles are added to the site. RSS, sometimes known as Really Simple Syndication, allows Web users to easily stay informed by retrieving the latest content from the sites they are interested in, such as the Coping with Cancer website, copingmag.com/cwc.
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Healing Through Yoga
by Yoga Bear staff

Studies have shown the positive physical and emotional effects yoga can bring to cancer survivors, including managing symptoms like depression, anxiety, insomnia, pain, and fatigue. Yoga can help people with cancer as they transition from cancer patient to survivor and beyond.
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The Oncology Nurse
by Virginia R. Martin, RN, MSN, AOCN

An oncology registered nurse is an essential partner for a person with a cancer diagnosis. The nurse who specializes in cancer care provides comfort, commitment, and a professional guiding hand to the person with cancer and his or her family as the plan of treatment is outlined after a diagnosis is confirmed.
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That’s What Friends Are For
by Katharine Hoffmann, Survivor of the Week

Just when life seemed a little too easy, I received a phone call from my doctor. She said the results from my Pap smear came back abnormal, but not to worry, “it’s probably just nothing,” she reassured me. The samples were sent to the lab for further testing, and a few hours later, I got another phone call. “You have Stage IIA cervical cancer,” my doctor told me.
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