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Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month: Symptoms & Risk Factors

The pancreas is an organ that sits deep in your abdomen, behind the stomach, and makes digestive hormones and insulin. Like all organs, cells continually die, and new ones are created. Unfortunately, occasionally cells can turn malignant and develop into cancer. Pancreatic cancer will affect more than 62,000 people in the US this year, making it the 10th most common cancer.

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Medicare 101: Introduction & Refresher

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Lung Health In The Community

Lung Cancer Screening, Smoking Cessation, New Developments in COPD, Asthma, and, Beyond

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The Power of Support Groups

Going through cancer alone can be extremely challenging. Even with family and friends by your side, you can still feel like no one truly understands what you are going through. Joining a support group with other people experiencing the same things as you can create a safe space and help you cope with cancer and its many challenges.

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Supporting Someone With Breast Cancer

There are many ways to be supportive of someone with breast cancer; you can be there for someone practically and be there for them emotionally. At first, you may not know what to say or do that will help but standing by their side and listening to what they need, and struggle with, is a great place to start.

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