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Kathy LaTour
Christmas can be a real challenge when going through cancer. Aside from the financial burden that may limit the number of boxes under the tree, the emotional burden can dampen what is usually a happy and cheerful time of year.
Brielle Urciuoli
Not all employees with cancer get paid leave, but those who did saw better health and financial outcomes.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer and melanoma survivor shares coping strategies for the holidays.
Kim Johnson
From diagnosis to remission, my sister had cancer for nearly three years. Because of that, the cancer dates that mark my calendar are plentiful. I can recall most of them from memory without a second glance. While I was recently going through my old planners, I noticed just how many dates are filled with notations of cancer.
Katie Kosko
Previous studies have found that caregivers of HCT recipients have more sleep and sexual issues, more depressive symptoms and more loneliness, as well as less social support and less spiritual well-being than HCT recipients.
Kim Johnson
Everybody copes differently with cancer, even within a family unit.
Martha Carlson
Patients with cancer can help their caregivers find paths through the pain, with all the techniques we use to find our own peace.
Kim Johnson
I had my own complete life external to cancer. I also had my life within the constant reality of cancer.
Edited by Ahuva Morris, LMSW
Parents of children with cancer often put their own needs or feelings aside while caring for their child, but taking good care of yourself can actually help you be a better caregiver.
Feeling stressed and overwhelmed from caring for someone who has cancer is not a sign that you are failing as a caregiver. But since stress can affect your health, it is important to find ways to manage it. 

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