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Psychosocial Issues

Kathy LaTour
Cancer is a huge, life-changing event for a family and the power of the experience in a young person’s life should not be underestimated. What is a semester at college compared to the learning and self-understanding that comes from being with your family in such a stressful time?
Doris Cardwell
Many survivors face times of worry and anxiety. An upcoming appointment, a scan, a new lump, bump or spot can all be triggers for feeling intense anxiety. Here are three simple tools from a fellow survivor to help cope in those times.
Khevin Barnes
Mindfulness and meditation for the masses. What does this mean to those of us with a life-threatening disease?
Laura Yeager
As a cancer survivor, I am always on my toes.
Bonnie Annis
Should patients be given a choice on how they wish to receive bad news? One survivor seems to think so.
Shira Zwebner
How the company of a puppy provided the right amount of post-trauma comfort to help navigate in a post-cancer world.
Stephanie Sandler
Breast cancer was one of the best things that ever happened to me – and I never want it again. Now I am cancer-free and living a more fulfilling life than before the illness. Here are 10 insights and experiences from my cancer journey that continue to sustain me professionally and personally.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
The remarks posted by patients with cancer on the Internet can be skewed. Here are four tips to keep in mind when researching your condition and treatment options.
Kim Johnson
Just as we tell the person that we love enduring cancer that they are not alone, as caregivers, neither are we.
Jessica Skarzynski
Jennifer King, from the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, discussed what patients can do to help address the stigma associated with lung cancer.
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