This section provides information on the following topics:
Physical, mental, and emotional changes associated with cancer and cancer treatment, and dealing with those changes.
Read about the common worries a person with cancer or a family member or friend may experience as well as ways to deal with those worries.
Cancer can be one of the most stressful experiences of a person's life. Find tips on reducing stress and information on stress management strategies and relaxation techniques.
Anger is a common response to living with cancer. Get tips on recognizing that anger and finding healthy ways to express it.
Fearing treatment-related side effects is common after a diagnosis of cancer. Learn about common fears and ways to cope with them.
Information for patients and family, friends, and caregivers on coping with feelings of guilt that can occur during or after the cancer diagnosis and treatment process.
Information on helping a parent, child, or teenager who is grieving; coping resources for when you are grieving; grief within a cultural context; and coping with change following the death of a loved one.
In this section, find resources for groups, organizations, and online communities that provide information for cancer support.