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Empower Yourself Against Flu and Colds

With fall weather here and winter on the horizon, past flu and cold experiences can heighten anxiety, especially for cancer patients. You may find yourself thinking: “I was so sick last year.” “...

How to Choose a Hospice Provider

Our last post covered the who, what, when and where of hospice care. Today, we’re focusing on the how. How do you decide which hospice setting and providers meet your needs? Talking to your docto...

The What, Who, & Where of Hospice Care

If your goal has been to beat the odds and survive a life-threatening illness, it can be devastating to hear the words, “there is nothing more we can do for you.” While that may be true in terms o...

The Story of the Blesie Tree

Amy Blesie and her sons, Ethan and Carson, were the inspiration behind the Blesie Tree Foundation. We got to know them when Amy’s husband, Eric, was a patient at The Ghosh Center. When Eric passed a...

A Conversation with Dr. Ghosh

What sets The Ghosh Center apart from other cancer treatment centers? Cindy Hadish of The Corridor Business Journal sat down with Dr. Ghosh to find out. Read on to learn what motivates us to always g...

Palliative Care Enhances Quality of Life

What comes to mind when you think about palliative care? We look at a few frequently asked questions to explain the benefits and dispel the myths around this life-changing care. My doctor has rec...

You Could Be the Cure

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” That comes from Johnathan, who offers that quote to explain why he signed up for the Be The Match Registry®. He joined the registry with the goal of ...

The Measure of a Young Man’s Life

Dr. Ghosh recently said, “We don’t measure our lives by how many years we live, but by the impact we have on others.” He said these words to the parents of John (Jake) Dibel, when they came to t...

2017 Celebration of Life Picnic

The sunshine and laughter were abundant at this year's celebration of life picnic. The fun and games weren't confined to the lawn - check the photos for Charles Fairbank's crazy socks! This year, w...

Yoga and Meditation Proven to Benefit Cancer Patients

Integrative therapies, such as yoga, meditation and massage, are often recommended to patients during and after cancer treatment. The conventional wisdom is that such therapies help reduce anxiety, re...