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After a lung cancer diagnosis, you need education, support from peers and counselors, access to care and help with finances. Start here.
Family Caregivers Month celebrated each November is a time to recognize and honor family caregivers
Spoiler: they’re not all that different than ways you would support other cancer survivors.
Bill Goeren, CancerCare’s director of clinical programs, talks about how the organization provides direct services to the cancer community.
Families of children with cancer face special challenges. Here are some places to seek financial, emotional and educational support.
An interview with the founder of the National LGBT Cancer Network
These robots help young cancer patients express their emotions.
Camp Kesem helps kids whose parents have been diagnosed with cancer rediscover the joys of childhood.
Care partners play a vital role in the lives of people with cancer, and they need support too.
Hilary Saltzman is a cholangiocarcinoma cancer survivor who lives in Austin with her husband and two children.
Robert P. Gaynes, MD, is an infectious disease specialist at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.
Even small changes in physical fitness can make it possible for people to maintain their quality of life as cancer progresses.
Here are some groups and programs to help ease the transition from treatment to survivorship.
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