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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C3 for Change Aims to Give Back to Cancer Patients

C3 for Change was founded on principles of giving back and helping the cancer community. Chase Sweers was inspired by his mother’s battle with cancer and decided to start C3 for Change as a way to support those fighting all types of cancer through care and education programs. Read the article below to learn more!…

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9 Things You May Not Know About Cancer

Cancer is likely a topic we are all aware of. It affects millions of people worldwide, but there are many things you may not actually know. Read the article below to learn 9 interesting facts about cancer. 1. The word ‘cancer’ comes from the Latin for ‘crab’ – just like the zodiac sign Early doctors,…

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5 Facts to Know About Sarcoma

July is recognized as Sarcoma Awareness Month. Sarcoma remains one of the rarest cancers as it makes up a low percentage of adult cancers but is found to be more common in children. Below we are providing 5 facts to know about Sarcoma including how they are detected and why it is best to get…

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March Observed as National Kidney Month

Did you know that 1 in 3 American adults are at high risk for developing kidney disease today and most adults do not know they have CKD? C3 For Change is here to raise awareness about the prevention and early detection of kidney disease. Read the article below to learn what healthy steps you need…

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Brain Cancer Research Could Help Dogs and Kids

There is new research that could suddenly develop better treatments for dogs and kids who have brain tumors. According to a new study, it has been found that the brain tumors in dogs are similar to the tumors found in children. Read the article below to learn what researchers have discovered regarding brain cancer. C3…

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COVID-19: What Cancer Patients Need to Know

Coins Curing Cancer cares about your health and as COVID-19 evolves, it is important to know some of the steps you can take to protect yourself from COVID-19, which includes social distancing! If someone you know is a cancer patient or survivor, read the article below for advice that can help cancer patients, survivors, and…

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6 Things You Should Know About Colorectal Cancer

March is colorectal cancer awareness month. Cancer screening is highly effective in detecting and preventing colorectal cancer.  As we take this very seriously, below, C3 for Change is providing 6 things you should know about colorectal cancer, including the risks, symptoms, and screening benefits. Read the article below to find out more information.  Colorectal cancer…

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March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

The month of March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Did you know in 2020 the United States will have an estimated 147,950 cases of colorectal cancer? Read the article below to find out more about the steps medical professionals are taking to stop this disease and learn ways to reduce your risk of getting…

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