Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is stressful is enough, but being organized can help make things more manageable. Follow these five steps to get everything in order.
It can be hard to know how to act, and the right words hard to come by, when someone you know has cancer. That’s why you should know about “cancer etiquette.”
Cancer is a life-changing illness, and not just for the patient. Everyone who loves the patient feels its ripple effects. Discover what to expect and how to support someone on their unpredictable journey.
Compassion is important when cancer strikes a family member or friend. But you can offer practical support, too, as they navigate doctors, tests and procedures. Here’s how.
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Learning you have a hereditary breast cancer risk can be frightening. But talking to a therapist can help you take control and cope with anxiety and depression.
Facing a cancer diagnosis as a single person can add to an already stressful time. But even if you don’t have a partner or spouse, there’s a lot of people who can help you get the help that every cancer patient needs.