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Lung cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States. HealthONE thoracic surgeon Dr. Jenifer Marks explains who is at most risk for the disease.
Dr. Christopher Slatore, a pulmonologist and critical care physician who serves as the Chief Consultant for the National Center for Lung Cancer Screening at the Department of Veterans Affairs, discusses how to keep ourselves healthy.
A new, noninvasive screening is helping doctors in the Triangle detect lung cancer earlier…and thus give patients a better chance to survive.
Did you know the Offutt AFB Veterinary treatment facility is open and provides services for active duty members and retirees? In this video, CPT Elder talks about cancer awareness in our pets.
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How your donation makes emotional support programs like Camp Norden possible for kids with childhood cancerCCRF’s Community Outreach Coordinator and mother of a brain tumor survivor, Mindy Dykes talks about the importance of mental and emotional support programs for childhood cancer families. Most recently, Mindy helped start Camp Norden, an accessible summer camp for kids with cancer hosted by CCRF. As the 2022 camp director, Mindy shares how the developed confidence, lifelong friendships and adventures directly impacted the campers mental health. Courtney Horvath follows the presentation with a testimonial for an alternate experience her son attended, Virtual Camp Norden.To attend future CCRF Connects events, visit ChildrensCancer.org/CCRF-Connects.