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Cancer Prevention Month: Help Reduce the Risk of Cancer Returning

Once you are in cancer remission, it’s normal to have a fear of recurrence – of cancer returning. Whether it is you or your loved one, we have learned the hard way that there is no guarantee and that there is always a chance that some cancer cells survive. It can be challenging to trust […]

February 1, 2023

Partners In Care to host Scope for Hope 5K Run, 2-Mile Walk and Kid’s Fun Run

Partners in Care will host the 12th annual Scope for Hope 5K Run, 2-Mile Walk and Kid’s Fun Run at 8 a.m. on Saturday, March 18, at Jaycee Park located at 4215 S.E. 20th Place in Cape Coral. Funds raised will benefit the nonprofit Partners in Care Foundation and will be used for colorectal cancer […]

January 11, 2023

Caring for Caregivers

According to recent research, about 21 percent of people in the United States serve as caregivers for someone with an illness or disability. A caregiver is anyone that supports and takes care of a person in need who may not be able to live independently, whether permanently or for a short period. While caring for […]

January 4, 2023

Promising Cancer Breakthroughs in 2022

Over the last twelve months, researchers have been busy conducting medical studies with the ultimate goal of curing and preventing cancer. DNA Liquid Biopsies A liquid biopsy is the sampling and analysis of non-solid tissue, usually blood. As it relates to treating cancer patients, physicians are focusing on ctDNA and cfDNA. ctDNA is known as […]

December 2, 2022

Recap of the 34th Annual Fall Foliage Cancer Conference

Held among the beautiful autumnal colors of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Fall Foliage Cancer Conference was held for the 34th time on October 21 and 22, 2022, at the historic Omni Grove Park Inn located in Asheville, NC. Sponsored by Partners In Care, this continuing medical education program has a reputation for bringing together […]

November 18, 2022

Supporting Cancer Patients During the Holiday Season

The upcoming holiday season, from Halloween until the new year, is often considered the most wonderful time of the year. It can also be the most stressful. For those with cancer and their loved ones, it can be a struggle to get in the “holiday spirit” while going through the treatments, side effects, and battle […]

November 2, 2022