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Caregiving During the Holidays: 5 Ways to Minimize Stress
11.13.2018 hopeful

Caregiving for a cancer patient can be a challenging job for family, friends or partners, particularly during the busy holiday season.

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Holiday Food Safety Do’s and Don’ts
11.13.2018 hopeful

As friends and family gather to celebrate, it’s important to be mindful of food safety practices when cooking your feast. This is especially important if you’re expecting anyone who is immunosuppressed, like cancer patients currently in treatment.

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Coming Home: 7 Tips for Readjusting to Life at Home During the Holidays
11.09.2018 hopeful

For many patients, the joyful memories of time spent with family and friends may be replaced by feeling “out of step” with the holidays. Here are 7 tips to help.

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Sarcoma or Musculoskeletal Cancer Treatment Options
11.06.2018 Kevin Chesley

Sarcoma — or musculoskeletal — cancer affects the connective tissues of the body. Typical cancers, like lung or liver, occur in glandular organs. Sarcomas are different.

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5 Steps to Managing Feelings of Caregiver Guilt
11.02.2018 hopeful

Many caregivers are caught by surprise by another unexpected emotion: guilt. Caregiver guilt is a completely normal and human response to a near-total immersion in the world of the cancer patient.

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Pumpkin Chiffon Dessert
11.01.2018 hopeful

This festive spin on a seasonal holiday classic is a cinch to prepare, soft and easy-to-eat, and addresses gastrointestinal side effects the all-natural way: with pumpkin.

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