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Kim Johnson
“Being a caregiver is a role that is defined by cancer more so than it is by the caregiver.”
Martha Raymond
Caregivers are an essential part of any patient or survivor’s cancer journey and social distancing due to COVID-19 has made the challenges of caregiving even more difficult. However, one expert details how caregivers can still stay connected during the pandemic.
Ryan McDonald
“The intervention described in this abstract is important in that it provides clear and concrete activities — videoconference and coaching — caregivers can participate in to decrease anxiety and stress,” according to one expert.
Kim Johnson
Being a caregiver can be an isolating experience, but there is a wider community for all caregivers to lean on in their time of need. 
Sarah Miretti Cassidy
Cancer caregivers can already feel isolated and lonely, and with the COVID-19 Pandemic forcing people to stay home it can get worse. But good communication can help create a sense of community and allow caregivers to feel less lonely. 
Kathy Latour
Traditionally, it is the younger generations that become caregivers first. But cancer alters the best-laid plans. 
Katie Kosko
The nonprofit organization has supported advancements in pediatric cancer research over the past 20 years.
Kristie L. Kahl
In this episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with Aki Smith, founder of Hope for Stomach Cancer, about her journey as her father’s caregiver and what she hopes the organization offers for others affected by a stomach cancer diagnosis.

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