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We've all said "How can I help?" and feel like we can do more. Here are some small ways and some large ways that you can help someone personally or aid the greater cause. Check back weekly for ideas on how you, one person, can make a difference.
Share Resources: American Psychosocial Oncology Society. Their mission is to advance psychosocial care for people with cancer. Call the APOS helpline to get a referral to a local psychiatrist, psychologist, nurse, social worker, or counselor who is skilled in the management of cancer-related distress. 866-APOS-4-HELP (866-276-7443)
Support MD Anderson Cancer Center in their mission to eliminate cancer by volunteering, donating blood, or making a contribution to support life-saving, life-changing care for adult and pediatric cancer patients. MD Anderson has had Replens in their cancer quality of life programs and cancer support groups for years.
More than 1 million lives have been saved since 1990 as cancer death rates continue to decline, according to the American Cancer Society report Cancer Statistics 2012. Support the research efforts of the American Cancer Society by making a donation.
Share Resources: American Institute for Cancer Research promotes research and education on diet and cancer prevention. 800-843-8114
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