Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from C3 for Change

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from C3 for Change

With the holiday season upon us, we would like to wish you all Happy Holidays and a very Happy New Year from everyone here at C3 for Change! While 2020 has been unexpected and challenging for all, we are so grateful for our partners and all of our gracious supporters who have made this year…

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Talking With Your Child About Cancer

Talking With Your Child About Cancer

Talking with your child about cancer can be tough as a parent. You may be concerned about when to tell your child, how, and what to do after the conversation has ended. C3 For Change is here to support you. Continue reading below to learn more about how and when to talk to your child…

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Coping With Cancer During the Holidays

Coping With Cancer During the Holidays

As we continue on with the holiday season, you may be wondering about coping with cancer during the holidays. The holiday rush continues to grow as we approach the new year, and you and your family may not feel the same this year as you have in years past. C3 is fighting for a cure…

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Cancer at Thanksgiving Guide: Patients and Caregivers

Cancer at Thanksgiving Guide: Patients and Caregivers

If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer, you may be under more stress this Thanksgiving. Continue reading below for 5 tips that may help ease some of your stress and help you enjoy the memories with your loved ones. Thanksgiving is the time when we try to be thankful for what…

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November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

November is pancreatic cancer awareness month. Pancreatic cancer has the highest mortality rate of all major cancers, and in 2020 it is estimated that 57,600 Americans will be diagnosed with the disease. C3 is helping patients during the time of uncertainty. Continue reading below to learn more about pancreatic cancer and what you can do…

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Olivia Newton-John ‘Knew Something Was Wrong’

Olivia Newton-John ‘Knew Something Was Wrong’

Sometimes you need to trust your instincts, which is what Olivia Newton-John did when her mammogram did not catch her breast cancer initially. C3 For Change is fighting for a cure and supporting those who are going through this tough time. Continue reading below to find out more. Olivia Newton-John, 77, has been open about her…

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Things You Can Do for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Things You Can Do for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Many people wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month but are misinformed or mislead when it comes to factual information about the disease. Continue reading for tips on how to educate yourself as well as others this month. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. While most people are aware that breast cancer exists,…

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How to Cope When Your Child is Diagnosed with Cancer

How to Cope When Your Child is Diagnosed with Cancer

Having a child diagnosed with cancer brings on an array of emotions and can be a massively confusing journey for many people. Continue reading below for tips on coping strategies, ways to keep information organized, and creating your new normal. No one is ever prepared to hear that their child has a life-threatening illness. For…

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If You’re Diagnosed with Cancer, Don’t Quit Exercising

It may seem like exercising is intangible for cancer patients, but staying active is actually strongly encouraged. Doing non-straining exercises can be very beneficial to maintaining cancer patients’ overall health. Read the article below to learn about Kikkan Randall’s story with exercising through her cancer treatment. Getting diagnosed with most kinds of cancer used to…

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