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General psychosocial aspects topics

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.
Kim Johnson
My sister was told about hair loss many times at the beginning of treatment, but the magnitude of being bald didn't hit her until the hair started coming out.
Brielle Urciuoli
While patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) tend to have long life expectancies, with many prescribed to a “watch-and-wait” approach, a recent study by the Cancer Support Community (CSC) found that more than half of patients living with the disease reported that having CLL affects their viewpoints regarding their life expectancy.
 
Brielle Urciuoli
Not all employees with cancer get paid leave, but those who did saw better health and financial outcomes.
Stacie Chevrier
Of course, there was sadness, but more than anything there was appreciation for my own life and the people close to me. I feel gratitude for still being here, having an excellent quality of life and for the warning cancer gives.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer and melanoma survivor shares coping strategies for the holidays.
Dana Stewart
How often do you pause for reflection?
Brenda Denzler
Our cultural tendency to try to draw bright lines when it comes to the cost of health care relies on hindsight to criticize doctors for their lack of foresight. But it is only hindsight, as we all know, that is 20/20.
CAITLIN BRODNICK
Cancer-free but at risk, one previvor felt guilty for receiving medical attention.
Karen Ribler
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