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Cancer treatments, and cancer itself, can cause side effects like nausea, constipation, fatigue and neuropathy. Not only are side effects unpleasant, they can also delay or interrupt your treatment regimen.
Cancer is stressful for everyone involved. In addition to everyday stressors, people affected by cancer often experience the shock of a diagnosis, the challenges of treatment, and continued worry about a recurrence.
Good nutrition is important—especially if you have cancer. Cancer-related malnutrition can make you tired, weak and unable to receive the treatments you need to get better.
Being told you have cancer and you may lose your fertility from treatment can be devastating. Fortunately, there are a variety of options to preserve fertility for individuals affected by cancer who wish to have children.
Caring for a loved one with cancer can feel like a full time job. Balancing the demands of caregiving with family, household and job responsibilities can be overwhelming.
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