• OCTOBER 13, 2016
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    Shannen Doherty Is Dancing Away!

    So impressive. I often feel like bypassing the gym and heading for the takeout place after work. Yet, I’m always happier if I don’t punk out. That Shannen maintains that discipline after chemo is amazing and it shows us the power of physical movement. She wouldn’t do it if it did not make her feel

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    • NOVEMBER 13, 2015
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    World Pancreatic Cancer Day 2015

    In 2008 I had the privilege to work with a terrific human resources manager – an  empathetic sort – as human resources managers should be.  He was  leading a healthy life.  He ran in local road races, went skiing with his family, was lean and did not indulge in the many vises of western civilization. 

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    • SEPTEMBER 11, 2015
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    The Value of Exercise in Cancer

    The Value of Exercise in Cancer

    In February 2013, my best friend and man in my life was diagnosed with rectal cancer. After the tears and the first waves of depression passed we had to figure out how to carry on each day. We institutionally agreed with each other that we would not let the cancer interfere with our lives anymore

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    • JULY 10, 2015
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    July Is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

    July is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month! Bladder cancer occurs predominantly in elderly men and less frequently in women and younger men. Many bladder cancers are thought to be caused by exposure to cancer-causing agents that pass through the urine and come into contact with the bladder lining. The most important risk factor for bladder cancer

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