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2015 PRESS ARCHIVE

COOKING AND CANCER: CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY PROVIDES TIPS AND CAMARADERIE Healthy cooking offers 'no downside and no side effects' for those with cancer. (read more)...

-August 17, 2015

CANCER GROUP CELEBRATES GARDEN OF HOPE Driven by its mission that no one should face cancer alone, the Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley honored individuals and groups that help it to achieve this important goal on June 25 at its 4th annual Garden of Hope celebration. (read more)...

-July 11, 2015

BEDAZZLED BRA WELDED AT NCC ON A MISSION OF SUPPORT It may be the sturdiest bra ever made but it's meant to lend a different kind of support. Northampton Community College welding students participating in the school's day of service found a creative way to help a local cancer support organization. (read more)...

-May 22, 2015

LEHIGH VALLEY HEALTH EVENTS INCLUDE CHILDREN'S SUPPORT PROGRAM The Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley will begin an eight-week series for children ages 4-17 on March 19. (read more)...

-March 10, 2015

CANCER SUPPORT COMMUNITY MOVES INTO BIGGER, BETTER DIGS About 9,000 people are diagnosed with some form of cancer every year in the Lehigh Valley. "For every number, there's a personal story," said Paula Ream, executive director of the Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley. (read more)...

-February 20, 2015

LEHIGH VALLEY CANCER CENTER MURAL ARTIST HONORS FRIEND, MENTOR When Cedar Crest College's community outreach coordinator contacted senior Areli Pellegrino about a project for the Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley, she jumped at the opportunity to paint a mural at its new headquarters. (read more)...

-January 6, 2015

FIVE WAYS CAREGIVERS CAN HELP THOSE DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER COPE WITH THEIR ILLNESS Cancer is a disease that affects more than just physical health. It can take a toll on a person both mentally and emotionally. But there are ways caregivers can help friends, family and loved ones suffering from cancer and going through treatment cope with their illness. (read more)...