Cancer Education

More than 150,000 people with cancer come to a Mayo Clinic site annually. Patients benefit from the knowledge and extensive experience of Mayo Clinic specialists and integrated approach to treating each individual.  Reliable, up-to-date education is central to a patient’s cancer care plan.

Mayo Clinic provides information and resources to support patients during diagnosis, treatment and life after treatment. Knowledge empowers people to be active partners in their health care.

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Feb 17, 2021

Cancer and Cardiac Health

By Megan Roessler M. Ed. @meganroessler
February is "Heart Health Month."  If you are a cancer patient, you have many things you are thinking about with your health in relation to your diagnosis.  Heart health may not be on your mind, but it is a good thing for all of us to think about and [...]
Cancer and Cardiac Health
Feb 8, 2021

Why Talk About Skin Cancer in the Winter?

By Lonnie Fynskov @lonniefynskov
When thinking about winter activities, there may be many things that come to mind. If you live in a northern state, images of sports like hockey, skiing, snow shoeing or tubing may be immediate thoughts. Or perhaps staying indoors with a good book, cooking comfort food or playing a [...]
Why Talk About Skin Cancer in the Winter?
Jan 28, 2021

When “Good News” Can Be Deceiving

By Lonnie Fynskov @lonniefynskov
Sometimes I hear or read health information and think, “wow! That sounds great” only to find out that it might not actually be so wonderful. The following is an example of that situation. According to a letter recently published by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, the American Cancer Society, [...]
When “Good News” Can Be Deceiving
Jan 25, 2021

Participating in the Future through Clinical Research

By Lonnie Fynskov @lonniefynskov
Does is seem like it has been a long year waiting for the coronavirus vaccination? Some folks are now beginning to reap the benefits of the research that happened during 2020. Perhaps some of the phrases related to research sound unfamiliar to you: clinical trial phases, emergency use authorization, or [...]
Participating in the Future through Clinical Research
Jan 11, 2021

Covid-19 and Cancer Screening

By Lonnie Fynskov @lonniefynskov
It goes without saying that Covid-19 has affected all of us in some way. Many of us have had family members or friends who had the virus, or perhaps you have experienced it personally. We all have been asked to make changes that reduce its ability to spread from [...]
Covid-19 and Cancer Screening

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