Humor is one way to cope with the intense feelings triggered by a cancer diagnosis. Sharing a laugh with friends and family can help you keep a positive outlook on life, give you a renewed sense of control, and even boost your body’s healing processes.
Pat Godfrey McRee, a 20-year, three-time breast cancer survivor, shows how deciding to find humor, and therefore joy, in the worst moments following her diagnoses has been healing.
Summer camp can be an amazing experience for kids whose lives have been affected by cancer. Although summer may seem like a long way off, now is the time to start researching and registering for programs.
Dr. Anas Younes explores the recent debate over columns published in The New York Times and The Guardian and discusses how both doctors and patients use social media to talk about cancer.
In this post, we explore ways people with cancer can cope with some of the common challenges they face during the holidays.