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Psychosocial Issues

Khevin Barnes
I began to develop a daily routine to aid me in my life-long effort to keep cancer from returning – or at the very least, to give me some tools for coping.
Barbara Tako
Cancerland is a frightening place to be for days, weeks, months and yes, even years. Turn that worry into something positive; reach out and be kind today and every day forward.
Shira Zwebner
Outwardly, you start to look like your old self again while inside you're still licking the wounds of your cancer battle.
Brielle Benyon
One expert discusses how cancer and its treatments can have many lasting side effects on patients, from depression to peripheral neuropathy.
Brielle Benyon
Loneliness may play a key role in an individual’s social constraints following a cancer diagnosis and its treatment, which in turn, may worsen symptom burden, according to recent research.
Bonnie Annis
For those facing cancer, encouraging words can often be good medicine.
Kristie L. Kahl
A recent survey demonstrated the common tradeoffs most patients report regarding treatment decisions, highlighting the importance of shared decision making.
Sarah DeBord
I never fully understood how ingrained my children were in my soul until I had to give serious thought to the end of my own life, and I knew I didn't want to face it without them.
Kathy LaTour
While celebrating Christmas this year, there was a moment that really surprised me. My youngest stepson said something about being sorry he wasn’t more help when I was going through cancer.
 
Khevin Barnes
How we deal with our cancer may be a matter of perspective.
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