Tips on surviving isolation from cancer patients

Bone marrow and stem cell transplant patients are required to live in isolation for 100 days while their new immune systems establish themselves. For these survivors, COVID-19 isolation orders both feel familiar and trigger old anxieties. We spoke with a few of them for tips on how to cope.

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5 Tips For Making Exercise Easy

Besides having a multitude of other physical and mental benefits, regular exercise can significantly reduce your risk of many kinds of cancer. Here are 5 tips to make it easy.

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Chilled Tomato Soup With Cucumber and Avocado

Our chilled tomato soup with cucumber and avocado is similar to a Mexican gazpacho, but with milder flavors (and not an ounce of spiciness). It’s an efficient way to pack fresh seasonal tomatoes into your diet, which are high in lycopene and may help prevent against certain types of cancer.

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Who We Are

Welcome to Hopeful, an online space where anyone touched by cancer can connect and learn to thrive. This is a place where patients, caregivers, friends – anyone – can come and find others on the same journey. Your words and experiences, your grief and your triumphs, all form the fabric of this community. And so does hope. We are called Hopeful because no matter how you enter this space we are building together – whether it is for advice, health tips or simply to connect – we want you to emerge hopeful.