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(SPANISH) ¿Cómo ha afectado el COVID-19 el diagnóstico de cáncer y qué puede hacer usted al respecto? Es hora de recordar la importancia de la...

In part three of this three part video series update, presented in July of 2020, GRACE Faculty and Members of the Board of Directors continue their...

In part two of this three part video series update, presented in July of 2020, GRACE Faculty and Members of the Board of Directors continue their...

In part one of this three part video series update, presented in July of 2020, GRACE Faculty and Members of the Board of Directors continue their...

In this video series, presented in April of 2020, GRACE Faculty and Members of the Board of Directors have a candid discussion regarding cancer and...

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From the Grace Archives | Originally Published April 9, 2010 | By Dr West | 2 Comments We talk a lot here about the strength of the evidence and the...
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From the Grace Archives | Originally Published September 3, 2010 | By Kelay Trentham | 4 Comments Kelay Trentham, a nutritionist with a particular...

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Cancer Basics - What is COVID-19 for our Latino Community

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Narjust Duma, MD, Assistant Professor and Thoracic Oncologist at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center discusses COVID 19 and how it affects the community.

This 2 part series, presented in Spanish for the Latino community, covers information relating to the following topics.  Please scroll down for part 2 of this important series.

What is coronavirus?

¿Qué es el COVID-19?

What are the common symptoms?

¿Cuales son los síntomas mas comunes de la infección COVID-19?

COVID 19 - A Message from GRACE

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The staff at GRACE is concerned like everyone regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are committed to providing information that benefits and educates our community.

As with any question, we always stress that talking to your doctor is your first step.  They will offer the best suggestions and information for your particular case.  

Cancer Basics ~ Patient Interviews ~ Julia Maues (Portuguese)

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Narjust Duma, MD, Assistant Professor and Thoracic Oncologist at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center interviews Julia Maues, breast cancer patient and advocate, and founder of https://www.itsnot.pink/.

In this interview, Dr. Duma interviews Julia about her journey as a cancer patient and becoming an advocate. This interview is done in Portuguese, for our global community.

Supportive Care Video Series: Malignant Ascites or Fluid in the Belly

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GRACE is very happy to bring to you more videos from our program, Supportive Care in Cancer Treatment.

In this video our host, Dr. Arjun Gupta speaks with Shaalan Beg, MD, with UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX . Dr. Beg and Dr. Gupta discuss Malignant Ascites, or fluid in the belly, in patients with cancer.  
Ascites is the fluid that can accumulate within the peritoneal cavity.  Cancers of the colon/rectum, ovary, breast, lung, pancreas, liver and lymphoma are generally the most common cancers that may develop ascites.    

 

Supportive Care Video Series - "Chemobrain" or Attention, Thinking or Memory Problems for Patients with Cancer

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We are very excited to bring to you this new program on supportive care in cancer treatment.

In this video, our host Dr. Arjun Gupta speaks with his guest, Lysa Buonanno, who is a lung cancer patient and patient advocate. Lysa and Dr. Gupta discuss the often poorly understood subject of 'chemobrain', or attention, thinking or memory problems in patients with cancer.

The Empowered Patient - Knowledge is Power when Combating Cancer

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With the plethora of Medicare options available, here is an overview of Medicare terms and options along with things to consider when choosing a Medicare plan.

Let's start with the basics:  there are four main parts of Medicare:
  • Medicare Part A – Hospital Plan
  • Medicare Part B – Medical Plan
  • Medicare Part C – Medicare Advantage
  • Medicare Part D – Prescription Plan