Caregiving During the Holidays: 5 Ways to Minimize Stress
11.06.2017 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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The Fight of Mom’s life

As a woman, there are so many life-defining moments with your mother that you’ll never forget. Unfortunately, there are also moments that you wish you could forget, like sitting in the doctor’s office with my mom and hearing her physician say, “you have breast cancer.”

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Who cares for the caregiver?
8.24.2017 hopeful

If you're a caregiver it's critical that you recognize the symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression as early as possible. Because the better you take care of yourself, the better you’re able to keep providing quality support for your patient.

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A Helping Hand: 10 Ways to be There for a Friend With Cancer
4.24.2017 hopeful

When a friend or family member is diagnosed with cancer, you want to help – but it can be hard to know where to start. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to lending a hand.

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New Guidelines are Changing the Way We Look at Palliative Care
4.11.2017 hopeful

Many people confuse palliative care with end-of-life care, but it is actually much more than that.

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5 Ways Parents Can Help Their Children Fight Cancer
3.06.2017 hopeful

From telling them about their diagnosis to preparing them for the tests, treatments and lifestyle changes to come, parenting a child with cancer presents a whole host of challenges.

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