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.”
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If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you might think about quitting smoking and wonder, “Why bother?” Here are three good reasons that may surprise you.
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For cancer patients, there’s one symptom that indisputably requires a trip to the hospital: fever. Find out why from an emergency medicine director and a hematologist-oncologist.
You’ve just been diagnosed with cancer and your world’s turned upside down. You’re scared and overwhelmed. Suddenly your new identity is … cancer patient.
Breaking the news to your child that you have cancer is an emotional roller coaster and there are no absolute right or wrong ways to do it. It’s like so much of life and parenting — you do the best you can.
If you are undergoing treatment for cancer, it’s important to be prepared. A cancer specialist provides advice about taking charge and being informed.
An oncologist explains why the word “cancer” shouldn’t immediately evoke fear.
The complex medical terms used to describe cancer can be overwhelming. Here’s what you should know about two unique forms of cancer.