Skin Cancer Awareness Program

During the months of April and May the Support House will be visiting area schools to teach kids about sun safety and tanning bed safety.   Our skin cancer safety program is sponsored by Johnson Dermatology, The Dermatology Center at Sparks and the Arkansas Cancer...

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Volunteers Needed!

Are you a person who freely chooses to serve others in your community and believes that individual involvement truly makes a difference? At the Reynolds Cancer Support House, volunteers are welcomed as a significant part of the team, working with staff to provide...

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Cancer Demystified: Cancer Can Be Emotionally Valuable

How can cancer be emotionally valuable? You have survived the roller coaster ride of not knowing what the lump or shadow is. You have made it through the waiting for the X-ray reports, scheduling of a biopsy and waiting for those results. You have been through the...

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Cancer Demystified: Is a PSA Test Necessary?

You sit anxiously in your doctor’s office. The waiting room is full. Your nerves are on edge as you think about the upcoming exam. You are here for what will amount to your first check ever for screening — screening for prostate cancer. You try to get your thoughts...

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Cancer Demystified: Still A Long Way To Go With Lung Cancer

You have been coughing most of your adult life. You’ve smoked since you were 18. It seemed like the thing to do at the time. But now your cough has changed; you’ve coughed up blood. The treatment for pneumonia doesn’t seem to have helped at all. You are still short of...

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Want to Feel Better? Get Fit!

Doctors tell me that people who continue to work while fighting cancer tend to do better. For the past six months, I have worked hard, played hard and prayed harder. Work for me means spending my time performing tasks that give me purpose and make a difference.  My...

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