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Resources To Cope With Cancer

6 Ways to Mind Your Mind During Cancer

Cancer’s impact isn’t just reserved for physical changes experienced by patients.  Mental health ‘s toll affects patients, families, and friends. For Mental Health Awareness Month, we offer great for you and your loved ones to ease your journey to survivorship.

To read all of the articles in May’s new issue, visit our Newsletter page.

Join Bag It and Tucson Cancer Conquerors For The Survivor Breakfast

June 5, 8 to 10:30 AM

We celebrate YOU on National Cancer Survivors Day.  Join us for this FREE event thanks to our friends at Pfizer.  Amazing food from Scratching The Plate Kitchen and Catering, educational session from Oncologist Dr. Rachel Swart, and inspirational message from Bag It Founder Sherri Romanoski.

Victoria Cramer Shares Her Secrets For Surviving Cancer

Victoria, a three-time cancer survivor who is an author, motivational speaker, happiness coach, and recovering global leader in the hotel industry shares hacks to living your best life after cancer.  Our podcast–Your Guide Through Cancer–is hosted by Mindy Griffith, Executive Director.

Coping With Cancer

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Knowledge is power.

That’s why Bag It brings together the most requested and researched cancer information into a single resource.
It’s not just information. It’s the right information, right when you need it most.

Our All New Bag It Bag

​We’re proud to introduce our completely updated and redesigned Bag It bag! Along with our new brand, new logo, and new website, we’ve updated the most popular content and introduced some new materials for patients, caregivers, and advocates.

 

Be sure to check out:

  • A new, lightweight, convenient bag
  • The new My Companion Guidebook
  • Updated resource booklets
  • Our All New Paths to Survivorship booklet
  • A personalized pocket journal
  • —And more!

Making the Most of your Bag It Bag

Be Your Best Advocate

Have you been diagnosed with cancer? Then you are a Survivor. Bag It resources touch on topics that support anyone, at any stage of diagnosis, with any type of cancer. From nutrition, to talking to your employer about cancer, to taking care of the caregiver, the Bag It bag is a wealth of information, and will help each Survivor to become your very best self-advocate.

Caregivers Of Cancer Patients – Bag It

The Bag It bag & guidebook were given to me by my breast surgeon when a mammogram found my cancer.
The Bag It notebook was the best possible item to organize all the doctor’s notes, tests, and other medical info. It’s extremely well thought out. The doctors were so impressed they have everything that was needed! I still have the notebook and use it 5 years later.

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Coping with Cancer– Bag It

Escape to THRIVE Leadership Conference for Cancer  Advocates

In addition to our resources for patients and caregivers, Bag It presents the annual Escape to THRIVE Conference. This one-of-a-kind conference experience offers the latest in oncology and patient education with courses on well-being and balance.

6 Ways to Mind Your Mind During Cancer

We all know that a cancer diagnosis can be life-changing for everyone. Its impact isn't just reserved to the physical changes experienced by patients, but also the mental health toll it can have on patients, families, friends, and entire communities. In recognition of...

Bag It & Tucson Cancer Conquerors Invite You To The Survivor Breakfast

Join Us As We Celebrate You!WHEN:  Sunday, June 5th, 8:00-10:30 AM WHERE:  Community Foundation Campus (5049 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85711)Read Tucson.com's article about how this Breakfast honors cancer survivors.Bag It Cancer and The Tucson Cancer Conquerors are...

4 Tips To Improve Your Medical Records Management

Be prepared for every visit.Manage your healthcare better. April is National Records and Information Management Month! Keeping comprehensive and accurate medical records can empower you and your healthcare team to make the best decisions for your care. So much of what...

Cancer advocacy, storytelling, and survivorship with Dr. Veronika Panagiotou

In this episode of Bag It’s podcast, Your Guide Through Cancer, host and Executive Director, Mindy Griffith chats with Dr. Veronika Panagiotou, who currently serves as the advocacy and program manager at the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship.  She was...

The Time is Right for Social Work

Most people know that social workers exist, however, most people don’t fully understand what Social Workers do and the many ways that they can help.  If they know one personally, they know they work hard and invest a lot of time and themselves in the people that they...

It’s Cancer Prevention Month

We wish we could say that all cancer is preventable if you just follow these steps, but that is not the case. However, research has shown that more than 40 percent of all cancers diagnosed can be attributed to preventable causes. That is why February is dedicated to...

Lifestyle Recommendations To Reduce Risk Or Recurrence of Cancer

Did you know that 42% of cancers are potentially preventable? In this episode of Bag It's podcast, Your Guide Through Cancer, host and Executive Director, Mindy Griffith chats with AICR’s Director of Nutrition Programs Sheena Patel Swanner.  She provides simple...

Join our Focus Group

Help make the 2022 version of the Spanish Bag It bag even better! We are recruiting individuals touched by cancer to give input on the bag that best reflect Latino and Hispanic culture, values and belief! Are you interested?  Click here to complete a short form....

But Cancer Doesn’t Run in My Family! What you should know about genetic testing

  Many people are shocked by their cancer diagnosis when no one in their family has been diagnosed with cancer. Cancer is caused by genetic changes (mutations or variants) in a person’s genes, chromosomes, or proteins, but that doesn’t generally mean it’s...
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