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Radiation Oncology

Dr. Blackstock details Radiation Oncology – the treatment, side effects, planning and follow-up.

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Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Cancer Guides provide video summaries of the most frequently occurring cancers and the information most requested – and needed – by patients.

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About GPS

Guide Posts of Strength, Inc. (GPS) provides directions for the journey to cancer patients and their close friends and family members through its interactive website, trusted experts, cancer guides, volunteer mentors and “Intersections,” our regular educational programs.

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Trusted Experts

GPS gives you the opportunity to “virtually” meet with a trusted expert and learn key information to help you get started on this journey. President and Medical Director for GPS, Dr. Bernard Chinnasami is our Medical Oncologist Trusted Expert.

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Pancreatic Cancer Guide

Cancer Guides provide video summaries of the most frequently occurring cancers and the information most requested – and needed – by patients.
Our most recent addition is Pancreatic Cancer.

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Scenic Byways

Scenic Byways is a virtual gallery of works of art and experiences. The Pink Glove Dance Video was made by employees of Providence St. Vincent Medical Center to spread the awareness of breast cancer.

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Breast Cancer – "Early Detection and Better Treatments Provide Hope." Because of early detection and better treatments, we have made a major dent in fighting this disease.

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Guide Posts of Strength offers a wide variety of programs and events for all cancer patients, family and friends. Click the icon above to view our calendar.

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Wherever you are in your cancer journey, whatever change you are experiencing can be communicated in many ways that are personal to you.

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Tips from survivors, patients, family and friends to help make the cancer journey a little smoother.


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