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Bending Without Breaking: Cancer + COVID-19 | Navigating Now

September 2, 2020

Bending Without Breaking: Cancer + COVID-19 | Navigating Now This month’s Navigating Now comes from the perspective of Peggy, SURVIVEiT® Survivor Advisory Co-Chair. Peggy talks about how COVID-19 has changed…

Over $41,000 Raised For SURVIVEiT’s Cancer Navigation Tool

August 27, 2020

In just 33 days, with the support of our Indiegogo Backers and some private donors, we raised $41,477 for the development of SURVIVEiT’s Cancer Navigation Tool! Thank you to our…

What Eye Cancer Looks Like & Questions To Ask Your Doctor

April 6, 2020

An eye cancer diagnosis is an overwhelming experience, especially if you don’t know much about the types of eye cancer and where or how eye cancer develops. Here is an…

Prioritize Cancer Prevention With These 12 Actions

February 9, 2020

Cancer prevention month is all about spreading awareness about the steps you can take to protect yourself. Harvard Health put together 10 ways you can reduce your risk of getting…

Finding Grace in Grief | An Oncologist’s Perspective

December 11, 2019

Often when people think about cancer and the people it affects, the patients, caregivers, friends and families come to mind. But have you ever stopped to think about the doctors…

MD Says Young Exposure To Radiation Increases Risk For Developing Thyroid Cancer

September 23, 2019

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) approximately 35,000 women and 12,000 men receive a thyroid cancer diagnosis each year. “Scientists are not completely sure about what…

“What Was That Again?”

July 10, 2019

SURVIVEiT Advisory Chair, Peggy Pollock updated her blog with a new update on her latest lung cancer biopsy report and processing updates: What Was That Again? -Peggy Pollock Dennis, The Insightful…

Fearless Friday: Radiation Part II: How radiation oncologists think about treatment options

August 24, 2018

Dr. Chad Rusthoven is back to discuss how treatments are selected for different types and stages of cancer. Please email us if there is anything we can do to help…