Caregiver

10 Foods to Add to Your Diet During Chemotherapy
6.18.2018 hopeful

Eating right during treatment gives your body the tools it needs to help prevent tissue damage, guard against infection and even help with some of chemotherapy’s side effects

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Improving Your Quality of Life Through Cancer Volunteering or Advocacy
5.29.2018 hopeful

As a cancer survivor, or someone who has cared for someone with cancer, your firsthand experience is unique and invaluable to those coping with the disease for the first time.

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More Than Moral Support
5.01.2018 Bekah Wright

Loved ones of cancer patients may wonder how to further express their support. Here are a few ideas that will impact both that special person coping with cancer, as well as the cancer community at large.

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How to be Helpful when a Friend Has Cancer
4.13.2018 Bekah Wright

A cancer diagnosis is far-reaching, impacting the new patient, as well as friends and family. Knowing the right things to say, or how to offer support, isn’t easy. Nor is it always easy to ask for help. Here are three pointers to bridge these gaps.

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When Your Partner Gets Sick: Relationships and Cancer
3.26.2018 Maxine Nunes

Cancer is one of toughest challenges a couple must face — for both people involved. You partner may be ill, but these suggestions can help your relationship stay healthy.

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Palliative Care Misconceptions
3.01.2018 hopeful

Palliative Care: it’s not what you think – and it might be just what you need. Palliative care can help patients at any stage of cancer treatment, regardless of their diagnosis or prognosis.

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