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Cancer affects the whole family, not just the person dealing with the disease. All families are not alike and not all families will deal with cancer in the same way.
Facing a cancer diagnosis is a challenge that no one should have to face alone. When you are told you have cancer, the diagnosis affects you and your family and friends. No one handles a cancer diagnosis in the same way.
Many cancer survivors and caregivers search for ways to make a difference in the lives of others touched by the disease— to transform their experience into change.
Tasting and enjoying food is an important part of life. Yet, treatment for cancer, and cancer itself, can affect your sense of taste. Sense of taste involves the flavor, texture and smell of food.
When cancer enters your life, it is normal to grieve over the changes it brings. Sometimes dealing with the emotions of cancer, such as sadness, can be even more difficult than coping with the disease itself.
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