Posts by: Cathy Nobil-Dutton

Cathy Nobil-Dutton carries the genetic variant for Lynch Syndrome which puts people at risk for a number of different cancers. She was diagnosed with uterine ca…

Anyone who has had cancer knows that it changes you. It changes all of us differently and in many ways. Emotionally, we are changed by the experience of having…

Today as I am writing this blog, I am in Scotland attending a music festival that I have been attending every January for the past 17 years. When I first came t…

Since early in 2013, when Fitbit introduced their wearable activity tracker, the market for activity trackers has exploded. A few years ago, statistics recorded…

The healing power of pets is real. Everyone who owns a pet knows the special bond that develops between humans and their animal companions. It is really quite r…

In the past month, the topic of bravery has surfaced a number of times in my conversations with people. Perhaps it is because October is Breast Cancer Awareness…

There are many aspects to the initial stages of dealing with cancer. There are the practical issues of deciding where you will have your treatment. There is the…

Cancer And Anger I was all set to sit down and write about the subject I had on my mind for this month when an article in the New York Times caught my eye this…

Healing can seem complicated, so this week Cathy Nobil-Dutton offers two simple foods that can put you on a healthy track, during treatment and after. Put your…

Cathy Nobil-Dutton carries the genetic variant for Lynch Syndrome which puts people at risk for a number of different cancers. She was diagnosed with uterine ca…

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