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Spiritual support

January 22, 2021

Spiritual support may comfort patients of faith during a difficult cancer journey

Nurturing your spiritual well-being during cancer care may help you better cope with the disease.

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What is neutropenia?

January 18, 2021

Neutropenia: A side effect cancer patients should work to prevent, especially during a pandemic

Neutropenia is a common side effect of cancer or cancer treatment that patients should be especially vigilant about.

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Pain management without drugs

January 15, 2021

Strategies that may help ease your pain without drugs

These safe, natural and drug-free options may help provide temporary relief from cancer-related pain.

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Second cancers

January 11, 2021

Can cancer treatments lead to a second cancer?

About one in six cancer patients are diagnosed with a second primary cancer years later.

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COVID-19 vaccine side effects

January 6, 2021

What cancer patients need to know about potential COVID-19 vaccine side effects

If you get a COVID-19 vaccine, you should expect to experience side effects, but not everyone does.

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Intimacy

January 4, 2021

How to regain intimacy during and after your cancer treatment

When a partner is diagnosed with cancer, it may force couples to renegotiate nearly every aspect of their relationship, including sex.

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Supportive care

December 15, 2020

Cancer supportive care improves quality of life and symptom management

Cancer supportive care uses evidence-informed modalities to prevent and manage the side effects of cancer treatment and to improve patients’ quality of life.

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Cancer and fertility

December 14, 2020

Having cancer doesn’t mean you can’t have children

There are a variety of options to preserve fertility for individuals affected by cancer who wish to have children.

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Holiday stress

December 9, 2020

Cancer, COVID-19 and the holidays: Dealing with the stress of the season

Holiday stress may compound cancer-related stress you may already be experiencing.

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