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Psychosocial Issues

Dr. Pat Basu
“There's a lot of miscommunication and number one, I would tell them you don't need to face these decisions alone,” Dr. Pat Basu said in an interview addressing patient’s fear in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Barbara Tako
A fellow cancer survivor mourns the passing of Kathy LaTour.
Ryan McDonald
“I think that when people are diagnosed with cancer, cancer really becomes their life,” Alessandra Tantawi said in a recent interview with CURE®. “And it's so hard to just have a ‘normal day’ where you can focus on anything besides cancer. And I think what's important is to spend time that is outside of the cancer treatment.”
 
Beth Fand Incollingo
For survivor Michele Grimes, time at home during the pandemic fosters an opportunity for reflection and growth.
 
Felicia Mitchell
A cancer journey influences how a person contemplates retirement. In my case, it inspired me to retire from teaching earlier than I had originally planned.
Martha Carlson
Takeaways from 3 months of video tele-mental-health care during cancer treatment amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Mike Verano
Ten years ago, as I was approaching my first follow-up scan, I asked a seasoned cancer survivor if the anxiety of going through these rituals ever got easier. Without hesitation, she smiled and said "no."
Shira Zwebner
Support for cancer patients and survivors comes in all shapes and sizes, but sometimes the good vibes, encouragement and positivity can go too far
Bonnie Annis
A breast cancer survivor talks about how she went about enjoying the summer to find the right swimsuit for her after her cancer journey included a mastectomy. 
Kim Johnson
Writing about the cancer journey and sharing your story is vulnerable and challenging, but the experience is often cathartic and necessary. 
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