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June 29th 2015
A cancer diagnosis brings with it a world of fears, but living with advanced/terminal cancer puts the other fears into perspective.
May 9th 2015
By Anne Katz, RN, PhD
Anne Katz, RN, PhD, clinical nurse specialist, sexuality counselor, CancerCare Manitoba, discusses young patients with cancer and their sexuality.
April 28th 2015
In two weeks, I will be at Mayo Clinic undergoing my annual screening for the various Lynch syndrome-related cancers for which I am at risk.
April 15th 2015
Michelle Gervino, an oncology nurse with John Theurer Cancer Center, discusses the importance of caregivers, as well as resources for both caregivers and patients.
March 30th 2015
The reason breathing techniques are so powerful, is they can lower blood pressure, heart rate and ease tension on capillaries.
March 25th 2015
By Christina Izzo
A new study has found that a psychosocial telephone counseling intervention helps improve mood and quality of life in cervical cancer survivors.
Results of a follow up study have shown that when women were taught stress management techniques early in their breast cancer treatment, their mood and quality of life continued to improve up to 15 years later.
February 25th 2015
No matter how strong we are, the intense treatments, side effects, and emotional toll of cancer can push a person to her breaking point. If you are lucky, you have someone to help guide you through it.
February 24th 2015
After nearly four years of cancer treatment, I thought I'd experienced all possible types of scanxiety. I was wrong.
February 21st 2015
Worrying and cancer go hand-in-hand. It's possible to take a step back from excessive worrying and give yourself a break.
February 16th 2015
Scan anxiety haunts virtually every person dealing with cancer. Here are a few tips for managing the stress.
January 29th 2015
When motivating people to get screened for cancer, fear may not be the best way to do it.
January 13th 2015
Being diagnosed with cancer feels kind of like having a stranger barge into your home, throw everything you care about out the window, shut off the power and heat, then lock you inside â€¦ times 100.
December 23rd 2014
The mental noise that comes with cancer is deafening. Taking cancer time-outs can quiet your anxiety.
December 17th 2014
Learning to cope with a cancer diagnosis is an ongoing process. Coming face to face with death forces one to reexamine what is really important.
March 27th 2013
The uncertainty that cancer may return can be managed
June 16th 2012
Patients and caregivers can only make truly informed decisions about end-of-life care when they understand the natural process of dying, says Tani Bahti, RN.
May 25th 2012
By Maureen Salamon
Only about a third of women undergo immediate breast reconstruction after mastectomy, according to a 2011 analysis in the Annals of Surgical Oncology, with 11.5 percent delaying reconstructive surgery for months or years, and more than half of patients foregoing it altogether.
Trodelvy Lengthens Time to Disease Progression in Metastatic Breast Cancer
The Journey to a Healthy Lifestyle After Cancer
Getting Out of the Woods: Strategies to Cope With Fear of Cancer Recurrence
Cancer Made Me Appreciate the Small Things in Life