Cancer Patients and The Flu

Cancer Patients and The Flu

In general, people know how to prepare for the flu. But, if you have cancer, the precautions you take for flu season may differ as you’re more at risk for the infection. Continue reading to find out what cancer patients should know in regards to the flu. When it comes to contagious diseases like the…

New Cancer Detection Method

New Cancer Detection Method

Researchers have developed a new method to detect cancer cells in the abdominal cavity in real-time. The novel device was developed by a research team from Tel Aviv University’s Zimin Institute for Engineering Solutions Advancing Better Lives and the device is still in its initial trial stages. Continue reading to find out more. A research team…

Tips for Managing Neuropathy

There are so many questions that may arise when you notice symptoms of neuropathy. It sounds like a scary topic, but the more knowledge you have, the better prepared you are to know what to look out for! Clare Sullivan answered some frequently asked questions about neuropathy to help cancer patients better understand how to…

Coping With Cancer Recurrence

It can be devastating when cancer comes back and you may feel more cautious, guarded, less hopeful and disappointed in your body and cancer care team. CCGYN is here to support you on your cancer journey and can provide support every step of the way. You can also sign up for our newsletter here, to…

Happy Fourth of July from CCGYN

Happy Fourth of July weekend! We hope you are staying safe and healthy. Here are a few tips on how to have a fun, but safe Fourth of July weekend. Stay away from crowds. It’s important not to forget that COVID-19 is still spreading, so social distancing should be practiced. Masks should be worn in…