Caregivers and Co-Survivors
A lifelong artist, Marion Behr didn’t lose that sensibility when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Keeping a positive outlook is proven to help with stress management, but when someone says to "think positive" or "be optimistic" during a time such as cancer, it can be much easier said than done.
A variety of social media apps can lighten the workload for caregivers by making it easier to recruit help from friends and family.
Facing myriad responsibilities both new and old, caregivers can benefit from time management techniques.
Young-adult cancer is grabbing attention as a topic for novels, TV shows and movies.
Specialized hospital programs — with help from “The Who” rockers — support teens and young adults through cancer.
Far removed from the nearest oncologist, those in rural areas often face barriers to cancer diagnosis and treatment. Telemedicine is one solution.
Oncology clinicians and practices need to do a better job of engaging patients more fully in their care planning and make patient-reported outcomes an integral part of cancer treatment research.