Maintaining Health

Maintaining Health

Maintaining your health is one of the most important tasks you can complete for your body. While there is no solid prevention for cancer, there are things you can do to reduce your risk. Continue reading to find out what changes you can make to your lifestyle to reduce the risk of developing certain types…

August Survivorship Newsletter

The Colorado Gynecologic Oncology Specialists are excited to share our August 2021 Newsletter providing patients with new information, upcoming events, and inspiring stories.   

Guilt: A Lasting Side Effect for Cancer Survivors

Guilt: A Lasting Side Effect for Cancer Survivors

One of the lasting side effects for cancer survivors is guilt. The emotional toll from living with and treating cancer can last well after they’re done. There are many reasons why you may continue to struggle with this side effect, one of which is attributed to survivor’s guilt. Continue reading below to learn more about…

7 Tips for Coping with Scan Anxiety

Scan anxiety can be hard to deal with. Feeling nervous before an upcoming scanning appointment is perfectly natural and in fact, most patients experience it regularly. It’s important to find ways to keep yourself occupied prior so you’re prepared and calm. Continue reading more below!  If you are a cancer survivor and have felt anxious…

Cancer Friendly Summer Activities

The summer season can do wonders for dealing with cancer. With better weather comes more opportunities to enjoy what nature has to offer. Continue reading below for more on cancer-friendly summer activities. Summer is a time of free expression, celebration, and outdoor engagement, regardless of cancer. It’s true that energy may be lacking, spirits low…