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    Cancer in the Winter: Risk of Flu and Other Seasonal Illnesses
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    Wintertime brings elements that make everyone more susceptible to illnesses including the flu and common cold. Cancer patients who are already in a fragile state of health can use these tips to help prevent the risks of getting the flu and staying more healthy in these colder months. Read more at TriHealth.com: http://bit.ly/11NcIC6

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    Ten Reasons to Be Thankful Through Your Cancer Treatment

    If you are struggling with ways to be thankful this holiday season, here are 10 reasons that might point you in the right direction.

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    Event: Look Good…Feel Better
    When: Monday, November 19th from 7 pm – 9 pm
    Where: TriHealth Good Samaritan Western Ridge, 6919 Harrison Ave Cincinnati, OH 45247

    The TriHealth Cancer Institute is hosting several sessions throughout 2012 for women who are fighting cancer to learn how to Look Good...Feel Better. Registration is required - please call[phone number redacted].

    When a woman undergoes treatment for cancer, she may lose her hair and experience other appearance-related side-effects. The impact can be devastating, making a hard time even harder. The American Cancer Society Look Good…Feel Better program is here to help by putting you in touch with experts who will teach you beauty techniques just for women in your situation. Specially trained volunteer beauty professionals lead small groups through practical, hands-on experience.

    Women learn about:

    • Makeup
    • Skin care
    • Nail care
    • Ways to deal with hair loss such as with wigs, turbans, and scarves

    Each woman gets a free makeup kit to use during and after the workshop. Most of all, participants share laughter and camaraderie as only women going through the cancer journey can. No one should have to face cancer alone. Since 1989, Look Good…Feel Better has been helping cancer survivors.