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Olive oil is a culinary and cultural legacy used over centuries and it is not only used for cooking, but used for health benefits. It carries large amounts of antioxidants that are believed to be g... more
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In the booklet Facing Forward, the National Cancer Institute compiled what has been learned from survivors about life after cancer treatment. It includes practical ways of dealing with common probl... more
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In addition to the physical effects of cancer, survivors will experience psychological, emotional and spiritual impacts which are well addressed by MD Anderson Cancer Center. Many of these affect q... more

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Understanding your financial responsibility

Most providers of cancer care understand that patients have concerns about the costs of care. A social worker or financial counselor may be able to help you understand your insurance coverage and help you find further assistance, including financial aid if you are eligible. Many providers will work with patients to set up a monthly payment plan.

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