June 10, 2019Often times, those helping in the fight against cancer go unrecognized. Yet some of those in the background are the ones that ease the suffering and help those fighting to keep their dignity. One organization that’s made a difference in cancer patients’ lives is Knitted Knockers.
May 31, 2019
At 21st Century Oncology, we know that it takes a fighting spirit and strong support system to beat cancer. We’re with our patients in that fight every step of the way. It’s why our rallying cry is “we fight for you like an army and care for you like a family.” While we celebrate our patients for being warriors every day, we want to give special recognition today—National Cancer Survivor’s Day.
July 13, 2018Think sunscreen is the only way to protect your skin from the sun? Think again. UPF (ultraviolet protection factor) fabric is designed to help protect your skin from the sun. 21st Century Oncology is here to help you learn everything you need to know about purchasing sun-protective hats, shirts and more.
May 25, 2018On Sunday, June 3, 2018, we at 21st Century Oncology will join friends, family, patients and cancer caregivers across the United States in celebrating National Cancer Survivors Day. Wondering how you can get involved? Check out our blog for everything you need to know about celebrating the survivors in your life.
May 24, 2018What is SPF, and how does sunblock protect your skin? SPF is a relative measurement of how well a sunscreen will protect your skin from ultraviolet (UV) B rays. Learn how SPF is determined and how to choose sunscreen for you and your family, from the experts at 21st Century Oncology.
February 27, 2018
The American Cancer Society recommends consuming at least 2 ½ cups of fruits and vegetables every day. If you’re often on the go, drinking a fresh juice can be an easy way to get key nutrients. Nutrient-packed fresh juice also provides a great alternative to sugary processed drinks.
December 20, 2017
Traveling this holiday season? Traveling with cancer can present some extra challenges if you’re not prepared. There are a few things you may want to keep in mind if you are a cancer patient or caregiver planning on traveling in the next few months.