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Caregivers & Family

Stories especially for family members and caregivers

(Hershey) -- Cancer permanently changes the lives of survivors and their loved ones. It also affects the doctors who treat cancer. witf's Craig Layne talked with Dr. Gordon Kauffman from Penn State Hershey Medical Center. He's one of several doctors who've written poetry and essays for Facing Cancer Together.

The American Cancer Society's sold out 2011 Farm to Table fundraising event was a delicious success!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do is a "fun fun fun and safe" place for kids who are facing cancer to enjoy summer activities.

Bonnie Kelly, the RN Clinical Coordinator at PinnacleHealth Fox Chase Cancer Center, met John, a cancer patient suffering from an aggressive brain tumor, shortly after his diagnosis.  He asked her if he'd be able to hang in there long enough to make it to certain events that were important to his family... like walking his daughter down the aisle at her wedding. 

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