Traveling with Cancer

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It is the time of year when we all get excited about travel and adventure. We can’t help ourselves. The community pools open up. The kids are getting out of school.  Longer days and barbeque are the order of business. We pull out our American Flags out on Memorial Day weekend and keep them unfurled…
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Cancer Caregiver: Love Thyself!

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It would be wrong to compare being the primary caregiver for a cancer patient to just about any other illness, but the inspiration for today’s blog comes from our own experience with just that: taking care of a loved one during treatment and through recovery. It is not easy, to say the very least. Recently,…
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Kimberly Ringen

A Super Bowl Fitting Her Fight “If it was a Hollywood script, it would be criticized for being too far-fetched. A cancer patient gets inspired to fight against her prognosis by her favorite NFL team, which, despite doubters and critics, makes it all the way to the Super Bowl. Between rounds of chemotherapy, she flies…
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Cancer in the Workplace

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We have established and acknowledged that cancer is pervasive and touches countless lives in myriad ways. But, we have not specifically talked about cancer in the workplace. It can be an issue that needs attention from several viewpoints, including: Employer/ HR Department Supervisor / Manager Self – surviving and thriving Colleague or coworker Family &…
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Being Mindful of Holiday Eating

As we see the leaves on the ground and the retail stores starting to ramp up for the holidays, we are also reminded of one of the best things about the season to come – all of the delicious food and drink that we enjoy during the holidays. Starting with Halloween, for many of us,…
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TUGTO with Dr. Ross Camidge

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The User’s Guide to Oncology Dr. Ross Camidge, MD PhD Professor of Medicine and Oncology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Division of Oncology talks about how cancer patients can empower themselves throughout their treatment. He covers the science of what cancer is, how to handle all the other information and opinions out…
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Welcome to the Edge

Over the Edge 2015 “The worst part is the first step”–this can be true of both rappelling down a building and facing cancer treatments. Watch the video to find out how The Cancer League of Colorado used that fear of the unknown in their exhilarating fundraiser, Over the Edge. All money raised goes to funding…
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Motorized Madness

A Remote Control Race Car Brings Hope to Pediatric Cancer Patients The Morgan Adams Motorized Madness Media Day Challenge is more than just a remote control car race. It’s a chance for pediatric cancer patients to get out and have a good time with media sponsors from the community. The Catch It In Time team was…
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Race for Research

More than Just Another 5k Music, pancakes, beer, and a 5k to raise funds for local research–what more could you ask for? The Cancer League of Colorado provided this and more at their annual Race for Research, which raises money for the University of Colorado Cancer Center. Join Catch It In Time on race day…
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