Caregivers and Co-Survivors
Michelle Gervino, an oncology nurse with John Theurer Cancer Center, discusses the importance of caregivers, as well as resources for both caregivers and patients.
Online support groups are growing in popularity as an outlet for stressed caregivers.
Oncology nurse Linda Casey encourages caregivers to be vigilant in watching for signs and symptoms of anything abnormal in the patient, such as certain side effects.
Caregivers walk alongside cancer patients through every step of the journey.
A recent survey reveals that most women aren’t aware of the association between dense breast tissue and breast cancer risk.
Overattentive caregivers can undermine patient recovery.
Written by a husband who supported his wife through her illness, Husband’s Guide to Breast Cancer offers a straightforward game plan to guide men in their role as caregiver.