Rebecca DiPatri, RN, BSN, OCN®, has more than 15 years of clinical oncology nursing experience in New York, New York; Falls Church, Virginia; and Melbourne, Florida. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Virginia where she graduated cum laude. Among her many accomplishments, Rebecca was named New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell […]
This local television feature does a great job of letting the community know about how Life with Cancer can make life easier for people challenged with this disease. View segment
Surviving cancer is an incredible thing, but it can leave an impact on your sex life. Dr. Sage Bolte, director of Life with Cancer, told us how we can overcome sexual dysfunction while going through cancer treatments. This eight minute clip explores the issues and how to manage them.
The Lung Cancer Alliance has recognized the lung cancer support group at the Inova Life with Cancer Center as the leading lung cancer support group in the country. Inova has long understood that treating cancer is about more than just treating the disease. Cancer affects the whole person, as well as the people they love. […]
As published in the Falls Church News Press, January 7-13, 2016 edition PARTICIPANTS IN INOVA’S LIFE WITH CANCER program work on their warrior two pose during one of the program’s yoga classes. Free classes ranging from Zumba to knitting to writing are available for adults, teens and young children who are cancer survivors, patients, family […]
Inova’s Life with Cancer Program Partners with Panera Bread for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Inova Health System’s Life with Cancer™ program has partnered with Panera Bread for the month of October in the fight against breast cancer.
The rainy forecast for October 5 did not deter the 2015 Joey C Cup Golf Tournament from staying the course.
Life with Cancer offers Mind-Body Support
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Recognizes Eric Cohen, of Inova Health System-Life with Cancer, as The 2013 Hematology/Oncology Nurse of the Year
“Illuminado el Camino” (Lighting the Way) Provides Patients, Survivors and Caregivers the Opportunity to Learn, Cope, and Engage