A Cancer Journey: Life Outside of Cancer
A Cancer Journey: The Role of the Caregiver
A Cancer Journey: Lung Cancer Diagnosis
The Importance of Educating Patients
Comfort of Your Care Team
Clinical Trials: Pros and Cons
Answering the Difficult Questions
Common Questions/Concerns from Patients
The Day in the Life of the Oncology Nurse
Logistics, Appointments, and Clinical Trials
Myths About Cancer and Treatment
Cancer and Family Matters
Learning About Your Prognosis
Talking to Your Doctor About Your Diagnosis
Being Diagnosed With Cancer
Caregiver Challenge: Sharing Their Pain
Caregivers may grapple with practical and emotional challenges as they help loved ones manage cancer-related pain.
As Healthcare Shifts to Caregivers, Knowledge Matters
With cancer treatment being delivered more in an outpatient setting, the burden of home healthcare has shifted more to family caregivers.
Caring for a loved one means being there through treatment, side effects and worry—but also finding time for yourself.
Lining Up for Online Support
Online support groups are growing in popularity as an outlet for stressed caregivers.
Don't Just Put On a Happy Face
There is a lot of pressure on cancer patients to stay cheerful and only focus on the positive during treatment and beyond. I think this is overrated and can stifle the process of coming to terms with this disease.
Oncology Nurse Linda Casey Offers Advice to Cancer 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.
Dedicated to the Caregivers
Caregivers walk alongside cancer patients through every step of the journey.
Even after treatment ends, cancer impacts caregivers as well as patients.
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