For the third year in a row, Cancer and Careers will travel to the Windy City to host a free, daylong event focused on the challenges working people with cancer face in their efforts to balance treatment/recovery and employment.   Cancer and Careers' Chief Mission Officer Rebecca...

CaringBridge was born online in 1997 after my friends JoAnn and Darrin had a premature baby named Brighid. That first website allowed Brighid’s family to communicate with loved ones by posting regular journal entries about their health journey. Family members and friends responded with messages...

Were you, or someone you know, stationed at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, in North Carolina, between August 1, 1952 and December 31, 1987? If yes, you may be eligible for health benefits if you served on active duty or resided at Camp Lejeune...

We are delighted to post this set of "Ask the Expert" questions from Sheila Solomon, MS, CGC is a Certified Genetic Counselor focusing in clinical cancer genetics for the past 15 years. In addition to her work as Sharsheret’s Program Coordinator, she is employed by...

Written by Do It For The Love Foundation Outreach Director Julie Dalrymple with submissions from Stephanie Tuma, Lisa Toledo and Wesleigh Roeca. This blog originally appeared here. That moment when the entire audience is in sync, singing along to a familiar tune, bouncing with the rhythm...

As we approach the April 15th deadline for filing our federal income taxes, we wanted to share some information about how to lower your taxes by claiming medical and dental expenses. Most of us pay for health insurance premiums, co-payments, deductibles, and co-insurance/cost-share amounts for our...