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Not all chocolate is created equal. Find out which type of chocolate is best for you and why:
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FACT: Pre-cut, packaged vegetables are just as healthy for you as the whole vegetables as long as they’re fresh.
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Toby Cosgrove, MD 5h
Tune into @ 2:05 PM ET. I’ll share details with Mark Crumpton on how is adapting to changes in healthcare.
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On work re-entry : - take it slow - prepare for questions - let people know you're still managing your disease - accept help
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The Gathering Place 6h
- agree some people diagnosed with cancer choose not too use the term survivor. We take our cues from the individual
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Dale Shepard MD, PhD 6h
A6: We need to educate everyone about the unseen physical and emotional side of cancer. It is more than an abnormal CT scan.
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Sarah Jane Tribble 6h
This convo drives home that cancer is a chronic condition with ongoing needs that must be met.
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Dale Shepard MD, PhD 6h
A3: Psychosocial issues are hugely important after a diagnosis and shouldn't be treated as simple depression.
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Dennis Fortier 6h
Cognitive impairment?... RT : concerns: pain, mood shift, weight change, heart damage, fatigue, lung function
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The Gathering Place 6h
Thanks for bringing up the psychosocial concerns of # survivors . Those are significant in life .
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Some long-term concerns: - chronic pain - mood imbalances - weight loss/gain - heart damage - fatigue - lung function
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“Cancer survivors face physical changes, functional challenges and psychosocial concerns.” Dr. Halle Moore.
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Dale Shepard MD, PhD 6h
A2: Fatigue (from the cancer or the treatment) is a reason for disability when it limits functional ability
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Dale Shepard MD, PhD 6h
A1: To me, a cancer survivor is anyone who has been diagnosed and treated for cancer, regardless the outcome.
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Dale Shepard MD, PhD 6h
Happy to participate in the discussion this afternoon.
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From : anyone who's been diagnosed with it, from the time of diagnosis through the rest of his/her life.
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Join us at lunch today for a chat on issues w/ regional experts by following from 12:30-1:30pm.
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FACT: Like exercise, laughter increases blood flow. So go ahead, tell your joke!
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