We’ve loved connecting with you each week and hope you’ll continue to do so. Our Weekly Webinars provide our CCF community with the latest information and updates pertaining to CCA. Our hope is to continue to connect, inspire and educate. Each week we present the latest information and updates relevant to the CCF community. Support Groups will…

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The COVID 19 pandemic is the most wide-reaching and devastating public health event of our lifetimes. It has reached nearly every corner of the globe. Even those who have not contracted the disease have been affected by it. The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation would like to know how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected your, or your loved…

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Each week, we’re going to offer five tips that will help you stay educated, informed and hopeful about all things cholangiocarcinoma.

CCF is holding it’s first athletic fundraiser: Moving for the Cure! Enjoy any activity, anywhere, and raise money for the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation. All ages and athletic abilities can participate.

This week we present 5 ways you can get involved with Moving for the Cure.

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You spoke and we listened! In light of COVID-19 pandemic, the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation created a weekly webinar series to help our community navigate through these difficult times. The response has been overwhelming and we will continue the weekly gatherings as long as there is interest! Based on an abundance of feedback, the weekly sessions will…

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You spoke and we listened! The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation CCF is excited to continue our series of webinars. Each week we will bring you the latest information and updates relevant to the CCF community. Our hope is to continue to connect, inspire, and educate. Bi-weekly educational webinars will feature the newest developments and presentations from experts…

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Our friends at D2 Creative and Mill Pond Communications answered the #UNOpenBrief to help #STOPTHESPREAD of #COVID19. Their answer: an ILLUMINATION to help reduce face touching in the form of a playful 30-second PSA.

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CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

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Home / COVID-19 None of us wanted it, Cholangiocarcinoma has thrust us, kicking and screaming into the role of potential superheroes. Let me explain… These are tough times as the world locks down. I’m sure many of you have already seen posts or heard from friends how they are struggling with the anxiety of not…

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Each week, we’re going to offer five ways you can fight COVID-19, overcome the fear of the unknown and deal with the uncertainty of this situation.

This week, DO THE FIVE to help stop the disease.

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The information about the COVID-19 pandemic changes rapidly, and it’s hard to stay up to date with the latest information. On this Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Gregory Poland, answers COVID-19 questions.

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In this uncertain time, we want you to know, wherever you are that we are with you. Distance and physical separation cannot break the bonds we have made in this community.

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Home / Blog / What COVID-19 does to the human body Munich design house Kurzgesagt explains in an easy-to-understand video what happens to the human body once it has been infected with COVID-19. They look at how infection occurs, what cells are involved in both enabling and killing off the virus and how the autonomic immune…

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It’s likely that your email inbox is flooded with updates about the COVID-19 pandemic. This can be overwhelming for anyone. It is particularly troublesome for cancer patients.

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During this tumultuous time, Dr. Geret Giles offers some advice on how to deal with uncertainty.

Dr. Geret Giles is a licensed psychologist with a private practice in Pleasant Grove, Utah…

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