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General Psychosocial Aspect Topics

Dana Stewart

This week, I celebrated eight years since diagnosis. It brought back a lot of thoughts and feelings. 

Kristie L. Kahl
In this episode of CURE Talks Cancer, we spoke with a patient, survivor, caregiver and two social workers about the benefits of joining a support group and how they can help individuals through a cancer journey.
Kristie L. Kahl
"Scanxiety" is common in people with cancer, but is particularly prevalent in those with lung cancer, according to a recent survey.
Kate Beland
When I look in the mirror, I see that I am the byproduct of multiple surgeries. Sometimes, I feel as if I look like shark bait.
Dana Stewart
A little smiling action, as opposed to frowning or grimacing, might just help combat the cancer fears and maybe even make you feel a bt better, too.
Martha Carlson
Words matter when you talk about cancer.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Can cancer actually lift an individual out of the "rabbit hole" of despair?
Khevin Barnes
This Laughter Yoga teacher explains the power of the breath in our health and healing.
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.
Justin Birckbichler
I'm learning to expect scanxiety, and that helped keep it at bay.
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