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CSC in the News

KNOW SOMEONE BATTLING CANCER, but unsure of what to say or do? We're talking about some acts of kindness that may be appreciated this morning as we prepare to celebrate National Cancer Survivors' Day on June 2. WMFZ's Eve Russo sat down with Amanda Buss and Jen Sinclair from the Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley to tell us more. (watch more)...

-June 2017

LIFE LESSONS There’s no doubt that a cancer diagnosis stops everything for the person diagnosed and for everyone in that persons family. But experts say there is one thing that can make a difference and that’s hope. WFMZ’s Nancy Werteen shows a Lehigh Valley organization that’s set up to do just that. (watch more)...

-March 2017

AMANDA BUSS has been named executive director at The Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley. In this role, she will serve as chief spokesperson and work closely with the board of directors to develop, supervise and execute strategies, policies, and operations. She will raise funds and oversee the organizational budget.(read more)...

-November 24, 2016

'BEARDS FOR BREASTS' BACKS LEHIGH VALLEY CANCER CARE Clippers are not unfamiliar to Sarah Trimmer. She was facing breast cancer and losing her hair to chemotherapy. Last year, Stephen Flowers, owner of Suddenly Samantha Salon in Easton, shaved her head. (read more)...

-October 18 2016

NO ONE SHOULD HAVE TO FACE CANCER ALONE Instagram, commercials, magazines, billboards, and department store windows – Just a few of the places in our country where women are comparing themselves to the so-called 'standard' of beauty. Several celebrities have spoken out against the use of photoshopping, acknowledging that it adds to body shaming and a false sense of what our culture finds attractive. (read more)...

-October 2016

GARDEN OF HOPE RAISES $38,000 FOR CANCER SUPPORT The Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley recently held its fifth annual Garden of Hope, raising $38,000 to support the emotional, educational and wellness programs for cancer patients and their families. (read more)...

-July 24, 2016

WAYS FOR FAMILIES WITH CANCER TO GET CONNECTED Since opening in 2004, the Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley has offered free supportive programs for anyone affected by cancer through a variety of professionally-led support groups, educational workshops, stress reduction classes and social activities. (read more)...

-April 14, 2016