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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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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Dear Hope: Cancer Trick and Treatments

Dear Hope: How did you deal with hair loss... Cancer treatments can make relating with others tricky. We often lose our hair, which signals to the world that we have cancer. Unless bald was already your look

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Breast Cancer Screening: When Should I Start
10.05.2018 hopeful

Checking for breast cancer is a lifelong process and many doctors believe the sooner you start, the better off you'll be. Many cancers detected in early stages can be more easily and effectively treated, even cured.

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Breast Cancer: Not for Women Only
10.04.2018 hopeful

Men's breast cancer is very unusual. Only about 2,600 cases are reported each year, compared to over 246,000 in women. Men should shed any shame about breast cancer and be just as body-aware as women.

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Cancer: 5 Tips to Manage Pain
8.23.2018 hopeful

For many people facing cancer, loss of life isn't their greatest fear. Pain is. But pain need not be accepted as inevitable. The science of pain management has made enormous strides.

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