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Cancer survivorship program offers holistic care after treatment

A cancer diagnosis can be life-changing, but what a patient experiences after treatment is sometimes just as overwhelming. Although their cancer may be gone, a patient might wonder about plans for follow-up and may experience the late or long-term effects of cancer treatments.  To better address the unique needs of survivors, Dayton Physicians Network (DPN) is leading the way in community oncology with a comprehensive cancer survivorship program that offers a more holistic approach to patient care. Dr. Beth Delaney,

 

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Rock art marks milestones to cancer recovery

It has been said that art imitates life, and vice versa. For artist Corrine Bayraktaroglu, a chance decision for a mammogram not only saved her life, but it also inspired a way to use her talents to deal with the difficult process of treatment. Corrine came to America nearly 40 years ago from, as she put it, “The north of England,” Newcastle upon Tyne, to be precise. Today, she lives in the Dayton area as a full-time, independent artist working

 

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Support groups are a valuable resource in the cancer journey

When facing a cancer diagnosis, connecting with others can be a source of comfort and support. Whether someone is newly diagnosed, going through treatment, a survivor or a caregiver, support groups are available to provide information and community that can enhance quality of life.  “Cancer changes your life — physically, emotionally and spiritually,” said Elizabeth Delaney, RN, DNP, family nurse practitioner with Dayton Physicians Network. “Having a support group to deliver education, provide emotional support and a sense of community

 

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