This fact sheet offers tips for helping teenagers cope with the loss of a parent to cancer.
Patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia can use these tips to help manage the emotional challenges of coping with a long-term disease.
This fact sheet contains tips for patients dealing with nausea and loss of appetite resulting from cancer treatment.
These tips can help new cancer patients understand treatment options, learn about side effects, and address any concerns they may have.
In this fact sheet, patients who recently lost a loved one can read more about how to cope with feelings raised by grief.
These tips can help cancer patients deal with weight and muscle loss that may result during the course of their illness.
This fact sheet provides valuable information for patients about improving memory and concentration following cancer treatment.
Lidiando con las Nauseas y Vomitos Inducidos por la Quimioterapia (Coping with Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting)
This fact sheet is written in Spanish to help patients cope with nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy.
This resource offers tips patients with chemobrain can use to keep their memory sharp and remember things better.
This fact sheet provides tips that patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia can use to stay on schedule with treatment.
Caregivers and their loved ones can find ways to make the most out of special events using tips in this fact sheet.
This fact sheet for Spanish-speaking patients lists a number of organizations and agencies that provide financial assistance.
This fact sheet answers questions about chemobrain and how patients can communicate to their health care team about it.
Stress is common among caregivers who struggle to meet competing demands. This fact sheets details ways to manage it.
Young adults may face unique challenges as caregivers. This fact sheet address how this age group can best adjust to the role.
Men and women of all ages and races can develop skin cancer. Patients can learn more about the risk factors with this fact sheet.
These tips can help patients with multiple myeloma learn more about how to cope with the disease.
Patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia can use these tips to help manage practical and emotional concerns.
This fact sheet answers some commonly asked questions about colorectal cancer screening.
Caregivers need care, too. Patients can share this fact sheet with their support systems.
This fact sheet educates patients about the causes of and treatment options for CML.
Women with breast cancer have many treatment options. This patient fact sheet details the side effects of these treatments and ways to cope.
After lymph node removal, painful swelling may result. This fact sheet educates patients about how to manage symptoms.
The following fact sheet educates patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia about getting help sorting through treatment options, managing side effects, and finding financial assistance.
This fact sheet details how patients can effectively communicate about and manage cancer-related pain.
Sometimes, cancer patients embrace or question their spirituality in the midst of life changes. This fact sheet explains to patients how spirituality can help.
Hospice offers care to people who are terminally ill and may no longer wish to undergo treatment. Learn more about who provides hospice care and what services are offered.
Help your patients learn what they can do to protect themselves from skin cancer with this patient fact sheet.
This fact sheet reviews a number of resources available to patients coping with multiple myeloma, from the health care team to in the community.
Deep breathing and meditation can help cancer patients relieve stress. This fact sheet reviews a number of relaxation techniques that patients can use.
Peripheral T-cell lymphoma (PTCL) is a rare and aggressive form of cancer. This fact sheet explains the condition to newly diagnosed patients and provides sources of support.
Clinical trials bring about progress in cancer treatment, but patients may be nervous about participating in one. This fact sheet answers common questions about clinical trials.
It is essential to remember that you--the patient--are the most important member of your health care team. Use this fact sheet to learn about the different types of health care professionals who will help you during your journey with cancer.
Many people see their cancer care as a collaboration. This fact sheet provides tips for patients with multiple myeloma for improving communication with providers during office visits.
Support from loved ones can make all the difference following a cancer diagnosis. This fact sheet offers tips for being as supportive as possible.
Once you receive a cancer diagnosis, you may worry about how to tell your loved ones. This fact sheet offers tips on how to communicate what is happening to your children.
The holidays, a time for many to celebrate, can cause many cancer patients and their families to feel "out of step" with the rest of the world. This patient fact sheet contains tips for coping with cancer during the holiday season.
This patient fact sheet answers some commonly asked questions about prostate cancer and bone health. It also discusses steps you can take to care for your bones.
This patient fact sheet provides tips on how to prepare for your doctor appointment and offers a list of questions you can ask to help you understand your treatment and follow-up care.
Having breast cancer can affect how you feel about yourself and your body. You also may experience difficult emotions. This patient fact sheet offers advice on how to cope with these issues.
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