Survivorship Clinic

Physical Activity

Physical Activity

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Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathy

Chemotherapy-induced neuropathy is defined as numbness, tingling, and/or pain in the limbs that occurs because of chemotherapy. It is thought to be caused by damage to the peripheral nerves, which …

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Skin Safety

Summer time, summer time. Oh, how we all love summer time. The warmth of the sun brings a smile to our face and the bright light helps to lift our …

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“Chemo Brain”

Cognitive dysfunction is a common side effect that occurs when someone goes through cancer treatments. It is more commonly associated with chemotherapy and is lovingly referred to as, “chemo brain.” …

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Ep. 122 – LiveWell Talk On…Cancer Survivorship (Heather Dommer, ANRP, FNP-C, MSN)

Subscribe on:  Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Pandora | SoundCloud | Stitcher | TuneIn Host: Dr. Dustin Arnold, chief medical officer, UnityPoint Health – St. Luke’s Hospital Guest: Heather Dommer, Survivorship nurse practitioner, Nassif Community Cancer Center

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Survivorship Month

Survivorship Month

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Healthy Sexuality After Cancer

Healthy Sexuality After Cancer

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Fatigue

Fatigue is another very common long-term effect of cancer treatment. While we often think about fatigue in regard to active chemotherapy or radiation treatment this can go on well into …

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Fear of Recurrence

The fear of recurrence of cancer is the most common long-term effect of any cancer, no matter the type. Almost everyone will think about this at some point in their …

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Survivorship Corner – Post-Treatment

Survivorship Corner – Post-Treatment

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