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Is it possible to be prepared for a cancer diagnosis? Even with the best doctors using the latest research to help, life becomes more complicated. There are the obvious lifestyle complications, like appointments to get to, prescriptions to be filled, and symptoms to be monitored--the things that...

Triage Cancer is excited to announce a new partnership with Medocity, Inc. to provide valuable information and practical tools about cancer survivorship. This new collaboration will help ensure individuals with cancer have information about access to health care, treatment options, psychosocial care, survivorship care planning...

Many laws exist to protect individuals coping with cancer, however, there is still more that can be done to improve patient care and protect patients with cancer. This is where advocacy comes into play. The following pieces of legislation are currently pending in Congress and...

Giving Tuesday is a global day that is dedicated to giving back. Today,  December 1, 2015, the Giving Tuesday campaign wants charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world to come together for one common purpose, and that is to celebrate generosity and...

Triage Cancer is excited to partner with Cancer and Careers for the first-ever West Coast Conference on Work & Cancer, next Friday, November 13th! This free, daylong event explores the challenges of balancing treatment and recovery with employment and is open to patients, survivors, healthcare professionals* and...