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Supportive Care Team Here For You

Life can feel so different after a cancer diagnosis. Reactions can range from feeling worried, sad, angry, and uncertain one minute to feeling optimistic, hopeful, and determined the next. It is normal to feel a wide range of emotions in response to the changes experienced during cancer treatment and life after treatment ends. Our dedicated team of licensed oncology clinical social workers are here as a resource for you, your family and your caregivers.  Whether you are concerned about body image changes or fertility, coping with stress and anxiety, helping your children and family understand your diagnosis, clarifying your goals for care, finding practical and financial resources, or dealing with the impact of cancer on your work, they are available. Read More

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that just one blistering sunburn sustained as a kid can more than double your melanoma risk, the deadliest of skin cancers? Although melanoma occurs much less often than more common skin cancers, its incidence is on the rise, especially among men older than 50 and young women 15 to 29 years old. Learn the ABCDEs of melanoma and once a month check your skin head-to-toe looking for changes in freckles, moles, and birthmarks. Identifying melanoma, or any form of skin cancer early can go a long way toward a positive outcome. Read More

RMCC in the Community

At Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers we believe in leading by example and supporting others who do the same. April 24-26 we were proud sponsors of CancerCon 2015, a global conference focused on young adults (18-39), meeting for the first time in Denver. Throughout the weekend members of our supportive care team had the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations with attendees. Jill Mitchell, PhD, LCSW, OSW-C, our social worker in Boulder, led two hour-long sessions on “What Cancer Stole from Me: Grieving and Loss” and co-facilitated “Just for Caregivers: Let It All Hang Out – For Peers of Young Adults.” Read More