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Yoga and Cancer

Yoga can benefit the cancer survivor both physically and emotionally.

Who Am I?

Have you considered the possibility that your patient may be going through an identity crisis brought on by their cancer diagnosis?

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Lost in the Shuffle

Childhood cancer is a family diagnosis. Healthy siblings can often be overlooked when one child has cancer, leading to emotional issues.  – See more at:

Casting for Recovery

Do you know a woman who is a breast cancer survivor (any stage of treatment or recovery)? Here is something just for her – Casting for Recovery will have a retreat Sept 29-Oct 1, 2017 at The Retreat at Angel Fire in Angel Fire, NM. This retreat takes women out of the clinical setting and into nature, where they can relax, share their cancer experience with other survivors, and learn the therapeutic sport of fly fishing. The retreat also includes counseling and medical education and are provided at no cost to the participants.

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Fourteen women are selected via a random lottery to attend. DEADLINE for application is July 21, 2017.

Meet Katrina Ormson

Meet Katrina Ormson one of our Yoga Instructors. Be sure to join us every Tuesday at 2:30pm or Thursday at 5:45pm for our Gentle Yoga class.

Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation Oncology Needs Assessment

Harrington Cancer and Health Foundation Oncology Needs Assessment


We All Need A Little Beauty Sleep

Are you, and your patients, getting enough sleep every night? A good night’s sleep can contribute to better health. – See more at:

Awareness? How about ACTION!

When cancer “awareness” isn’t enough, it’s time to take action and become advocates. – See more at:–how-about-action#sthash.PStq57MX.dpuf

Meet Tiffany Laur

What is Meditation? Is it right for you? Learn more as Tiffany gives you a brief overview of meditation.

Can You Just Listen to Me?

Is saying “sorry” enough when someone is grieving? As a nurse, how can you help a grieving patient or family? – See more at:

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