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Children, teen and young adults Colorado cancer resources and support

Colorado Cancer Resources for Children, Teens and Young Adults

by Kris Scott | Research by Hannah Metzger

The Denver metro area is full of places and people that bring comfort, compassion and encouragement to someone whose life has been touched by cancer — whether patient, survivor or caregiver. The following is a solid but incomplete list of metro Denver resources for those affected by cancer....

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Colorado cancer transportation and housing assistance

Colorado Transportation, Housing & Lodging Cancer Support

by Kris Scott | Research by Hannah Metzger

The Denver metro area is full of places and people that bring comfort, compassion and encouragement to someone whose life has been touched by cancer — whether patient, survivor or caregiver. The following is a solid but incomplete list of south metro Denver resources for those affected by cancer....

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COPS FIGHTING CANCER , Support And Survival Inspires Police Officer To Motivate Others

Colorado Financial Support Cancer Resource

by Kris Scott | Research by Hannah Metzger

The Denver metro area is full of places and people that bring comfort, compassion and encouragement to someone whose life has been touched by cancer — whether patient, survivor or caregiver. The following is a solid but incomplete list of south metro Denver resources for those affected by cancer....

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Project Angel Heart, Denver, Cancer support

Nutrition & Fitness Programs In Cancer Care

by Kris Scott | Research by Hannah Metzger

The Denver metro area is full of places and people that bring comfort, compassion and encouragement to someone whose life has been touched by cancer — whether patient, survivor or caregiver. The following is a solid but incomplete list of south metro Denver resources for those affected by cancer....

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Cancer Support Groups

by Kris Scott | Research by Hannah Metzger

The Denver metro area is full of places and people that bring comfort, compassion and encouragement to someone whose life has been touched by cancer — whether patient, survivor or caregiver. The following is a solid but incomplete list of south metro Denver resources for those affected by cancer....

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Courtney Dauwalter, Golden, Colorado

Courtney Dauwalter | Mental Fortitude Goes Far

by Morgan Tilton

Ultrarunner Courtney Dauwalter sets course records at the world’s most competitive races. Beyond physical fitness, a positive mindset fuels her in the long run.

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Colorado Women Cancer Resource, Group Support

Support groups for women cancer survivors

by Wendy Holliday-Bledsoe

Breast Cancer “Friends for Life” Support Group Share stories, hopes and fears about our breast cancer experiences and treatment options. Cherry Hills Community Church 3900 Grace Blvd, Highlands Ranch 303-888-3627 Breast Cancer Support Group All patients at all stages of treatment and...

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Experts Warn of Dangers of Home Genetic Tests The use of home genetic testing kits may convince users that they do not need to be professionally tested for life-threatening diseases.

Experts Warn of Dangers of Home Genetic Tests

by Joelle Klein

The use of home genetic testing kits may convince users that they do not need to be professionally tested for life-threatening  diseases.

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The Head and Neck Surgical Specialty Group, Swedish cancer care, Denver

Surgical Expertise Helps Patient Keep His Voice Box While Treating Rare Cancerous Tumor

by Jeannette Moninger

It started as a sore throat. And then Pueblo resident Ken Stevens found it difficult to swallow. When these problems got worse instead of better, Stevens went to his family doctor who discovered a lump in the back of his throat. That lump turned out to be cancer, so Stevens headed north to see Dr....

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Norm Lastovica, Salida, Colorado

Laser Microsurgery Removes Cancerous Tumors While Speeding Recovery

by Jeannette Moninger

It was early May when Norm Lastovica first noticed an enlarged lymph node in his neck. The 55-year-old software engineer and part-time ski patroller from Salida assumed he was coming down with something. But a week went by, and while Lastovica didn’t feel sick, the lump didn’t go away. His...

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