Archive for June 2018

Squamous Cell Carcinoma Survivor, Robert Trujillo

With family history of cancer, Robert Trujillo didn’t hesitate to visit his doctor when he felt a lump on the right side of his jaw. Not satisfied with his doctor’s prognosis, Robert visited a local oncologist in Fort Worth, Texas who then requested a biopsy. On November 19, 2016, Robert was diagnosed with squamous cell…

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Watermelon Granita — A Refreshing Summer Recipe

With the beginning of hot summer days, there are ways to keep cool. One way to cool down is with watermelon granita. Watermelon is full of vitamin C and A and lycopene, a potent antioxidant. Here is a refreshing recipe that is an easy, summer dessert that requires few ingredients. It is low in calories and…

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How Do You Beat Stress?

We all experience stress in our daily lives whether it be at work or home. For those facing or being affected by cancer, stress, anxiety, fear or depression can become part of life. Even after completing treatment, many cancer survivors experience emotional distress due to fear of the cancer returning. Although we can’t always avoid…

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