Survivor

10 Tips to Help you Sleep
5.21.2018 hopeful

Trouble falling asleep or staying asleep is common among cancer survivors. Suffering from insomnia? These expert tips will help you sleep.

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Meditation and Cancer
4.05.2018 hopeful

Research has concluded a mere five minutes of daily meditation can be impactful. Though meditation isn’t a replacement for medical care, studies suggest it’s beneficial for managing the side effects of cancer. Here are 4 tips to get you into a state of Zen.

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You Beat Cancer. So Why Do You Feel So Lousy?
3.02.2018 hopeful

We're getting better and better at fighting the physical aspects of cancer. There are an estimated 15 million cancer survivors in the U.S., and the number keeps going up.

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Intimacy After Prostate Cancer
2.01.2018 hopeful

Treatment for prostate cancer may come with side effects. One of those is erectile dysfunction. Here is how to handle it.

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When Cancer Strikes Early In Life
1.19.2018 Abe Rosenberg

While prostate cancer strikes over 200,000 American men every year, most are over the age of 50. At 39, Javier was the youngest person in Los Angeles County to ever be stricken with the disease. Read his story.

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Breast Cancer Post Treatment Tips
1.16.2018 Tamar Raucher

The trauma of that first diagnosis, followed by the physical challenges of treatment, be it surgery, radiation, chemo or all of the above, all pack a powerful emotional punch. Here are a few tips to help.

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