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We’ve all heard of post-traumatic stress, which is generally used to describe feelings of anxiety and fear following a frightening or life-threatening experience, such as receiving a cancer diagnosis and undergoing treatment. However, such experiences can also cause a positive life change or a period of improvement. In fact, some studies suggest that reports of growth following a traumatic event are more common than reports of psychiatric disorders taking place from the experience.
Find out about the basics of cancer care, particularly helpful if you or a loved one has been newly diagnosed with cancer.
Read articles on how cancer can be found and prevented.
Learn more about the specific medical tests and procedures used to diagnose and treat cancer.
Read articles about the side effects of cancer and cancer treatment, as well as some ways to cope with side effects.
Find practical information on how to manage common challenges faced by people living with cancer.
Read articles about how to deal with issues arising after treatment for cancer. This section also contains articles on survivorship issues.
Cancer not only affects the person diagnosed, it also affects family members and friends. Learn ways to cope with a cancer diagnosis.
Find out what ASCO experts are saying about current topics in cancer and cancer research.