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Please Stop Calling it Hospice When I'm Very Much Alive
One is meant to improve quality of life and the other is meant to care for end-of-life. Yet the two specialties of palliative and hospice care still continue to be confused not only by the patient, but also the provider.
What Nobody Ever Wants to Hear
Helping others is the last phase of recovery.
Parent Caregivers Face Decreased Job Productivity
Productivity loss among parent caregivers associated with poor health-related quality of life in pediatric advanced stage Hodgkin lymphoma.
Tiki Barber: Get Busy Living
The former NFL running back opens up about his mother’s battle with breast cancer.
Paying it Forward: Donating Time in the Cancer Community
Donating time in the cancer community after treatment brings benefits for both volunteers and those they help.
Still Learning to be Brave
After the loss of my husband to cancer, I am still learning to live free of cowardice— to live bravely for as long as I have left.
A Widow Explores the Power of Mandalas
Diana M. Martin
Mandalas can help people with cancer and their caregivers find purpose.
An Ode to the Caregivers
In the patient-centric world of oncology, let's not overlook who stands watch and gives without expecting anything in return.
Redefining My Relationship After My Spouse Died from Cancer
Diana M. Martin
One widow's journey to stay in her home honors her husband's memory and brings healing.
From Survivor to Caregiver
When Joanne Lam was diagnosed with bladder cancer, her husband showed unwavering devotion in caring for her. Now it's her turn to be his caregiver.
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