Cancer Survivors May Be the Best Advocates
The best advocate for a patient with cancer is someone who knows exactly what they're going through, noted a multiple myeloma survivor.
How Mindfulness Meditation May Help Ease Stress and Anxiety in Cancer Survivors, and Where to Start
As part of its Heal at Home series, CURE® collaborated with a clinical health psychologist at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center to provide cancer survivors an easy-to-understand guide to start meditating.
I'm a Cancer Survivor... What Now?
Although much has changed in the past two decades, more needs to be done to prepare cancer survivors for what happens after their treatments end.
Cancer Survivors Need a Ride
Unreliable public transportation or limited access to a working vehicle may lead to delays in important follow-up care for cancer survivors.
Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy: The Invisible Side Effect
Although there is little relief available to cancer survivors experiencing neuropathy, hope may be on the horizon.
Cool Off From a Hot Summer With These Cancer-Friendly Recipes
As part of its Heal at Home series, CURE® worked with a registered dietitian from Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center to put together several cancer-friendly dishes that everyone can enjoy this summer.
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