Cancer Caregivers Are ‘Often Unseen’
Cancer caregivers go through trauma that is often unseen and unrecognized, though some organizations are trying to change that.
The Good Fight
What Happens When ‘The Caregiver Needs a Caregiver’ in Cancer Care?
When both a patient and their loved one acting as their caregiver are facing cancer, “there has to be proper care for both,” one expert tells CURE®.
Distress Screening Is Needed — But Uncommon — Among Cancer Caregivers
Most oncology clinics screen for psychosocial distress among patients with cancer, but the same can’t be said for their caregivers, recent research found.
Work-Life Balance ‘Crucial’ for Head and Neck Cancer Caregivers
Caregivers of patients with head and neck cancer tend to face severe stress and burden related to their jobs, and it’s essential to implement more work-life balance.
Caregivers of Patients with Head and Neck Cancer Have 'Negative Consequences' on Health
Caregiver burden was prevalent among caregivers of patients with head and neck cancer, due to lack of patient employment and poor health-related quality of life.
Adjusting to Cancer Together
Patients and their caregivers may benefit from community support and education following an MPN diagnosis
The Other Side of Shared Cancer Experiences
After my daughter was diagnosed with cancer, I began to share my experiences through writing, and through that I found camaraderie — and heartbreak.
Hospice in Cancer Care Helps Patients Fulfill Goals
Hospice care can be a valuable resource for patients with late-stage cancer who want to improve the quality of the rest of their life.
Mothering a Child in Cancer Survivorship
As a mom, I have the “worry gene,” though it got much worse when my daughter was diagnosed with cancer.
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