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The Ghosh Circle Blog

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Here to Help You with Prescriptions

It should be simple. Your doctor writes you a prescription; you fill the prescription. You start to get the help you need. Unfortunately, it doesn’t play out that way for millions of patients in thi...

New Shingles Vaccine Is Worth a Shot

People who’ve had shingles say that it’s one of the most painful things they’ve ever experienced. Shingles can make your skin so sensitive that the slightest breeze or the touch of clothing can ...

Communicate Your Wishes with Advance Care Planning

What type of medical care would you want if you were too ill or injured to speak for yourself? Advance care planning helps you think through and communicate your choices to the people closest to you a...

Volunteer Brings Sunshine and Smiles

If you’re at The Ghosh Center on Wednesday mornings, you can count on a smile from Bobbie Hagen, volunteer extraordinaire. She’s a steady presence, who brightens our lives as she welcomes patients...

Tips and Recipes for Taking a Meal

Stuck when it comes to planning a meal for a friend in need? These ideas will help you deliver just what the doctor ordered. We have recipes tailored to specific conditions and tips that make things c...

Show Your Support with a Meal Train

For many of us, taking food to someone is the ultimate gift of love. It can be the perfect answer to the perennial question “What can I do for you?” when someone is sick. For both giver and receiv...

Make a Chemo Care Package

Comfort. Sometimes it’s the best thing you can give to a friend or family member with cancer. You can put a care package together on your own or grab a few friends to contribute. People who are g...

Counting Your Spoons

Are you in the habit of counting your spoons? We’re not talking about taking stock of your silverware after the holidays. Counting spoons is a metaphor for calculating your energy, especially if you...

Start Where You Are

These simple words come from Arthur Ashe, a world-class athlete, humanitarian and educator. He was as well-known for his commitment to service and social justice as he was for his groundbreaking tenni...

Uplifting Stories Are Everywhere

 “This experience has opened my eyes to all the good out there. These days, you don’t always hear uplifting stories, but they’re out there. They’re everywhere. They’re right here.” Nic...