If you’re undergoing cancer treatment, you may worry about the effect that chemotherapy and radiation may have on your loved ones and others around you. Our cancer care nurse explains what you need to know.
Changes in skin and nails during cancer treatment can be upsetting. They can also put you at risk for infection. Find out how a few changes in your routine can help.
When you’re going through cancer treatment, it’s important to ask your doctor and cancer care team all your questions. It will prepare you for for treatments, while helping your family to understand how to best support you. Not sure what to ask? Find some suggestions.
The right relaxation techniques can help you take charge of how you feel and minimize the negative effects of radiation therapy for cancer. Get four tips.
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If you’re undergoing treatment for cancer, you may have special needs where sleeping is concerned. Get back to sleep with expert advice from Nurse Practitioner Jamie Schwachter, BSN, MSN, NP-C