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Psychosocial Issues

By Mary Margaret Wagner
At her first chemotherapy infusion, one woman met a caring patient who guided her through the treatment experience.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
Reading, writing, art, music... CURE recently asked its social media audience to share the creative outlets and activities that have helped them on their cancer journey. Here are some of their responses – in the hopes of helping others find a new hobby of their own.
Jessica Skarzynski
Readers of CURE share the ways that cancer has changed their lives.
Tom Castles
In this episode of the “Cure Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with Joan DelFattore about how she overcame the physician bias she encountered during her cancer treatment. 
Jessica Skarzynski
Save the date! We invite you to join CURE for our next monthly #CureConnect Tweet Chat on Thursday, September 26, at 1 p.m. EST, when we plan on discussing living with cancer.
Mike Hennessy, Sr.
"We hope that this array of articles leaves you feeling informed about changes to your health-care system and some key supportive strategies that can improve your quality of life during treatment."
Jessica Territo
"Having lived through dangerous hurricanes and cancer treatments, sometimes even simultaneously, I have witnessed firsthand the devastation that is left in the wakes of both of these traumatic events and see many parallels between the two that those who have not experienced cancer might miss."
Samira Rajabi
"It would be hard to be a family member of someone with cancer without worrying, but what does it mean to worry, and does our worrying mean we are coping?"
Pippa Wysong
Cancer brain fog, or chemo brain, interferes with daily life for many patients. Help can take the form of mental or physical exercise.
Barbara Tako

This two-time, nine-year cancer survivor is grateful for her therapist.

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