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Remembrance of Lisa Franklin

Lisa was a loving daughter, mother, grandmother, sister, and cousin ... and an energetic and dedicated SHARE Ambassador. We will miss her. Read More >

How to deal with cancer-related weight gain?

Pounds have a way of piling on after a cancer diagnosis. For some, the culprit is steroids prescribed during chemotherapy. For others, it's tamoxifen or aromatase inhibitors taken to ward off hormone-positive cancers. And for many, it's comfort-eating to assuage the awful anxiety. Learn more about cancer-related weight control in this blog post by Megan Rutherford. Read More >