What is Oncology Rehabilitation?

If you are a cancer survivor, you need to know that you can begin to live an active, healthy, and full life. After completing cancer treatment, you can make decisions you may have been putting off, such as what you want to experience with your loved ones and friends. Eventually, you will want to resume responsibilities you have had to put on the back burner for a while and begin to feel more self-sufficient. 

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Categories: Cancer Survivor Support, Cancer Survivorship

Life Insurance for Cancer Survivors

It's not uncommon, as a cancer survivor, to consider your life insurance policies. One common concern is whether you'll qualify for life insurance as a cancer survivor.

If you've been diagnosed with cancer, you may be wondering what it might be like trying to obtain life insurance after your diagnosis. Good news! Plenty of life insurance companies happily insure cancer patients and survivors. Premiums and coverage specifics differ from case to case. But you'll be happy to hear that you can still get life insurance. Cancer won't stop you from getting covered.

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Categories: Cancer Survivor Support

National Cancer Survivors Day is June 2

June 2 is National Cancer Survivors Day. This is an important day that highlights the challenges faced by cancer survivors and how they're learning to cope with their "new normal." As cancer death rates continue to decline, it becomes more important than ever to raise awareness about the issues faced by cancer survivors and provide them with the support and information they need to live happy, productive lives in the wake of cancer treatments. This June 2, there are a number of ways you can celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day and help spread the word about the needs of this diverse population. 

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Categories: Cancer Survivor Support, Survivorship & Helping Others

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