Patient navigator Karen Allen educates patients and learns from them too

She chose nursing as a second career, and now she serves in a role that is integral to patient care and well-being.

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Bike to Beat Cancer forms unexpected bond

Mary Cambron wanted to give back by raising money for those fighting cancer. She never imagined she would also gain a life partner.

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Cutaneous lymphoma: Blood cancer that starts in the skin

An oncologic dermatologist explains how cancerous immune cells lead to this rare type of skin cancer.

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New joints allow teen cancer survivor to walk again

Cancer treatment rid Trinity Goodson’s body of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, but left her unable to walk — let alone dance. Thanks to a new hip and a knee specially made to accommodate a growing teen, Trinity danced at prom.

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3D mammograms can mean fewer unnecessary callbacks and less anxiety

Whether you have dense breast tissue or not, your insurer may cover a 3D mammogram. It’s worth checking.

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4 things you should know about your lung cancer screening results and follow-up

You've taken positive steps toward your health and received a lung cancer screening. Now what?

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Support group for breast cancer helps women on their breast cancer journey

The breast cancer support group meets monthly and is a place where women can ask questions and get answers.

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The other brain cancer treatment: Helping patients through a difficult prognosis

Emotional and psychological care for patients with brain cancer or a brain tumor can be important parts of the treatment journey.

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Brain cancer support: Nurse cares for patients and their families throughout their cancer journey

Kellie Kopp is the brain tumor patient navigator for Norton Cancer Institute, where she supports patients from diagnosis through treatment.

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Eye cancer: risk factors, prevention and symptoms

Here’s what you need to know about eye cancer risk factors, prevention and symptoms, from the American Cancer Society.

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Derby Divas event to honor and remember Shantel Lanerie

Shantel Lanerie passed away last year after battling breast cancer. The Derby Divas event supports breast health at Norton Cancer Institute and helps fund mammograms for underserved women in our community.

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4 common questions about your lung cancer screening

If you’re considering a lung cancer screening, if you have one scheduled or are awaiting results, you likely have questions. Our dedicated lung cancer screening nurse navigator has answers.

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