Living with Cancer
Life changes with a cancer diagnosis, but it doesn’t stop. Maintaining a normal routine can be difficult. Whether you’re a patient or a caregiver, it’s important to seek tools and resources that can provide support to you and your loved ones.
Cancer in the Workplace
Cancer impacts everyone in the patient’s life, including co-workers and employers. Advancements in treatment that offer improved quality of life, combined with convenient access to community-based care, enable more patients to continue working during treatment.
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Care for Yourself While Caring for Others
Every patient is surrounded by caregivers that stand with them in the cancer fight to make the hard times easier. The role of caregivers is vital, and they want to do their best. It’s also important for caregivers to take care of themselves. Keeping these tips in mind can help caregivers as they care for patients.
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How to Help Patients During the Holidays
The hustle and bustle of the holidays can bring joy, but also a long to do list. Here’s how you can help a loved one with cancer get through the season with ease.
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Navigating the Holidays When a Loved One Has Cancer
During a season marked by revered traditions, it can be difficult to honor your loved one’s needs while trying to celebrate as usual. Here are a few tips for the season.
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What You Should Know About Sarcoma, a ‘Forgotten Cancer’
Sarcoma, a rare form of cancer seen more commonly in children and teens, forms deep in the body and can be difficult to detect in its early stages. Learn the signs and risk factors associated with this “forgotten cancer” in recognition of Sarcoma Awareness Month in July.
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