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Psychosocial Issues

Kristie L. Kahl
In this episode of CURE Talks Cancer, we spoke with colorectal cancer survivor Danielle Ripley-Burgess and childhood development specialist Leslie Welch about how parents or caregivers facing a cancer diagnosis can have discussions with children of any age about cancer.
Khevin Barnes
A male breast cancer survivor shares his most important tip.
Jessica Skarzynski
The survey contained questions on a range of issues they may have experienced, including pain, fatigue, as well as issues with sexual function, body image and finances. Researchers then looked at the anxiety and depression associated with those issues, and talked with patients about what they thought might be causing those problems.
Barbara Tako
Recognize birthdays, but most importantly, keep hope, says a breast cancer and melanoma survivor.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
After being diagnosed, my first inclination was to to go to my bedroom, put my head under the covers and ignore the world. Fiends kept calling me and I ignored the calls. Finally, I answered the telephone in frustration.
Bonnie Annis
Sometimes breast cancer warriors need subtle reminders of their courageous fight. One survivor received that message from a coffee mug.
Martha Carlson
It can feel like you're running out of time to get it right, says this patient with metastatic breast cancer.
Dana Stewart
Once you have experienced cancer, you can take those learnings and help others when trauma hits in their lives.
Barbara Tako
How much is there to look forward to? Breast cancer survivor reflects on her mom's breast care treatment choices.
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Discussing changes in mental health can normalize this part of the healing process.
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