#WebinarWednesday: Did you miss Survivorship 101?

Fear not … in case you missed our most recent #WebinarWednesday we have happily recorded it and are making it available for your to watch and share here!

Survivorship 101: Moving forward with your life after cancer. Adjusting the new normal and conquering fear of recurrence. Hosted by Stephanie Moore, ARNP-CNS, ACNS-BC of Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). Moore joined the staff at Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southwestern Regional Medical Center in January 2012. She says, “Patient empowerment and the unique, Patient Empowered Care treatment model at CTCA were motivating factors in my decision to join CTCA.” Moore is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She earned a master of science degree in nursing (acute care clinical nurse specialist) from the University of Oklahoma and a bachelor of science degree in nursing from East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma.

Thank you to Cancer Treatment Centers of America for presenting such an informative session!

#LocalImpact: Oral Parity Legislation Passes in Missouri

Oral Parity Legislation Passes in Missouri

(L to R) Komen KC's Theresa Osenbaugh and Carli Good joined MO State Rep. Sheila Solon, Komen STL Executive Director Helen Chestnut and Communications/Mission Director Janet Vignen Levy duringt he press conference in Jefferson City, MO  today.

(L to R) Komen KC’s Theresa Osenbaugh and Carli Good joined MO State Rep. Sheila Solon, Komen STL Executive Director Helen Chestnut and Communications/Mission Director Janet Vignen Levy during the press conference in Jefferson City, MO.

Susan G. Komen Missouri affiliates joined forces with American Cancer Society, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians to help bring bill into law.  The Missouri House of Representatives gave overwhelming bipartisan support to legislation that would make life-saving oral chemotherapy treatments more affordable and accessible. The House approved SB 668 by a vote of 147-6 and sent it to the governor’s desk to be signed into law.