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Maintaining Holiday Cheer

image credit goes to growingsocialmedia.com by Amy Malczewski, #facingtheissues What do social media, cancer, and the holiday’s have in common? A lot more than you think! Social media has become one of the biggest phenomena on the Internet in the past 10 years, and continues to grow not only in people’s personal

Dealing With Cancer Through the Holidays

photo credit to Daze Of Adventure http://www.dazeofadventure.com/holiday-traditions/ By: Amy Malczewski, #facingtheissues This week on our #FacingTheIssues post, we talked with Julie Lanahan, a breast cancer survivor and Program Specialist involved with Scholarship and Patient Navigation at UCF, about the issues that young adults with cancer could face while helping their kids and

Traveling For The Holidays

by Amy Malczewski, #facingtheissues When someone mentions the holidays, people start thinking about what they’re most thankful for, which crazy aunt’s house they will be cramming into that year for dinner, and various different travel plans. The holidays are all about being with family, whether near or far. What most people don’t think about, or

Baby, It’s COLD Outside!

Some Helpful Cold Weather Tips for Those Living with Cancer Warm winter clothing - CHECK, flu shots - CHECK, hydrated - CHECK, hand sanitizer - CHECK. Erica J. and Nicole M. our Support Through Sport Program Coordinators are ready for winter! #facingtheissues, Krissy Kraczkowsky, Sr. Program Director, Patient Navigation & Mission Engagement Just

#FacingTheIssues: Health Insurance & A Few Things I Learned Along The Way

During the course of my treatment for breast cancer four years ago, I ran into several health-insurance related stumbling blocks. While I was stubborn and pig-headed and questioned and fought every last cent of every denial, I know that many people going through cancer treatments don’t. Perhaps they don’t have knowledge about their rights,