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Why We’re Training Moffitt Team Members on Health Equity

When healthcare workers can understand that health is determined by many factors, including social factors, it helps us understand why some groups of...

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What is a Chaplain?

The role of a chaplain is to offer a safe space where someone can wrestle with life’s hard questions and explore their own personal beliefs.

John DesRoches

Nearly Four Decades of Survival and Counting

John says he continues to benefit from the amazing progress made within cancer research and is thankful for the treatment that saved his life four...

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Making Moffitt Safer for You

Moffitt has launched a new visitor check-in process that meets the highest standards for patient and visitor safety.

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Chair Yoga: Is It for You?

Moffitt offers a unique approach to yoga accessible to people at all levels of treatment. Chair yoga classes are held on Zoom twice a week and offer...

Precshard Williams and Dr. Jessica Islam

Listen In: Precshard Williams and Dr. Jessica Islam

The Cancer in Our Community podcast for December includes a conversation exploring "The Complicated Case of Cancer and HIV."

Listen in: Lanse Scriven and Dr. Kosj Yamoah

The Cancer in Our Community podcast kicks off September with a conversation including Lanse Scriven and Dr. Kosj Yamoah.

Advance Care Planning: The Best Gift You Can Give Your Family

Advance care planning is a process of thinking about your wishes and desires should you experience a sudden illness or injury, or a chronic or...

Are You a Young Adult With Cancer

The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Program was designed in 2011 to address the unique needs of AYA cancer patients (aged 15-39).


Making the choice to seek cancer treatment when you have no idea what treatment may bring into your life is courage.

Love in Action

Through her cancer journey, Moffitt patient advisor Kerrijo Ellis says she experienced the transformative power of love.

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Talking to Your Provider About Sex

Sex may not have been top of mind after a cancer diagnosis. Some people may even feel guilty thinking about sex when the priority is surviving.

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What Is an Atypical Mole?

Many people are aware that one of the most common warning signs of melanoma - a very aggressive form of skin cancer - is an atypical mole.

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Sarcoma Awareness Events: Go Yellow in July

Sarcoma Awareness Month is observed in July with the following events taking place at Moffitt Cancer Center. We welcome you to join us as we spread...

A Survivor's Flowers

Charlie Agurica was diagnosed with small-cell lung cancer when he turned 40. After a cycle of chemotherapy and a failed attempt at radiation, his...