Did I Cause My Cancer Diagnosis?
Lasting guilt gets no one anywhere — especially when it comes to cancer.
An App Improved Anxiety, Depression Symptoms in Patients With Cancer
Participants in the RESTORE study, results of which were presented this weekend at ASCO, saw “significant improvements” in depression and anxiety symptoms after using the Attune app.
How I Eventually Gained Confidence Towards Cancer Scans
Before every cancer scan, I used to prepare myself for the worst.
COVID-19 Helped People Understand the Loneliness Cancer Survivors Face
Patients with cancer often experience loneliness, and the COVID-19 pandemic helped the general public better understand what that isolation felt like, an expert said.
How I Deal With My Lynch Syndrome Diagnosis
Living with a hereditary cancer diagnosis, it is crucial that I prioritize my physical and mental health.
Prioritizing Mental Health With Metastatic Breast Cancer
Integrating a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis with the life you have takes time and effort.
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.
Support Groups Address Loneliness of a Cancer Diagnosis for Patients, Caregivers
Many cancer centers and nonprofit organizations offer resources for patients with cancer and their caregivers to see the support they need to navigate diagnosis, treatment and survivorship.
When the Fear of Cancer Recurrence Becomes Detrimental to Health
For the past nine years, I’ve struggled with waves of overwhelming fear of cancer recurrence. I knew I had an issue, but until recently, wasn’t aware of how much fear was affecting my life.
Open Mic Showcase Debut Puts Cancer Survivors, Patients in the Spotlight
From music to poetry and dynamic storytelling, the first installment of CURE®’s Open Mic Showcase highlights the talents of patients and survivors of cancer.
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