June 2020 Vol 6 No 3
This new issue includes information that will give you knowledge, peace of mind (confirming that what you are thinking and feeling is normal), and words of wisdom that I hope you will apply to your own life. Here are just a few of the highlights.
My 2014 TED talk began with words from my 1999 college diploma: “May all your hopes and high aspirations be as richly rewarding as this achievement.”
Many cancer doctors will tell you not to have coffee or sushi when you are pregnant, but what about cancer treatment? When Jamie Ledezma was wrapping up the first trimester of her first (and only) pregnancy, she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
A cancer diagnosis is an all-consuming and stressful event that drastically takes over a patient with cancer’s life.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began to affect the ability to deliver cancer care to patients, the use of telehealth helped to bridge the appointment gap and continues to play a key role.
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