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Caregiving

Kim Johnson
I shared some advice with another soon-to-be caregiver.
Kristie L. Kahl
Nicholas J. Vogelzang, M.D., FASCO, FACP, has seen cancer through a variety of lenses – from oncologist to patient as well as caregiver – giving him a different perspective than most.
Debi Boyle MSN, RN, AOCNS, FAAN
I poignantly remember an eloquent wife of a patient who died of acute leukemia shared her analogy with me. She stated, “You know when my dog died, I got a card from my vet. When my husband died, I got nothing.”
Jessica Skarzynski
Take a look at the top 5 CURE stories of August 2018 in this video. 
Kim Johnson
Moving on and focusing on your own future after cancer is an important step in the healing process.
Kristie L. Kahl
In a recent survey, researchers from the University of Colorado Denver found a variety of predictors that affect caregiver burden, and how psychological resilience and future interventions can help.
Kristie L. Kahl
At the GI Cancer Patient Summit, a panel of caregivers drew upon personal experience to offer advice and discuss what more can be done for individuals in this role of the cancer journey.
 
Beth Fand Incollingo
After losing her husband and sister to cancer, journalist Katie Couric became an advocate for collaborative efforts to improve prevention and treatment.
Kristie L. Kahl
In this week’s episode of CURE Talks Cancer, we spoke with Matt Lashey, creator and CEO of the chemoWave app, which is designed to manage cancer symptoms and conditions by keeping track of a patient’s overall well-being to understand how their experiences may be related to feeling better or worse during treatment. 
Katie Kosko
Eighty-nine percent of caregivers of young adult colorectal cancer survivors are depressed because they can’t take the pain away, according to findings from the Raymond Foundation, an advocacy organization that aims to eradicate colon cancer.
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