Dr. Amy K. Siston discusses common sexual health concerns cancer survivors experience, including how cancer treatment can impact sexual health, coping with the emotional effects of cancer that can lead to sexual issues, and how survivors can get help.
Dr. Cristiane Decat Bergerot discusses what the fear of recurrence is, how it can impact adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer survivors, and ways that people can cope with the worry that the cancer will return after treatment.
Composer and multiple myeloma survivor Ed Hartman shares how having creative outlets like music and writing have helped him manage the mental and physical impacts of his cancer diagnosis and treatment.
What Caregivers Should Know About End-of-Life Care Issues for People With Advanced Head and Neck Cancer
In this post, Dr. Cristina Rodriguez and Dr. Natalie Uy describe what to know about caring for a loved one with advanced head and neck cancer toward the end of life, including the challenges unique to people with this type of cancer and how to get help.
In this podcast, Dr. Sheila Lahijani and Sami Mansfield discuss how exercise can help people with cancer cope with the mental and emotional challenges of their diagnosis, including the benefits of exercise and how to get started.
Beth Gardner spent several years as a competitive rower and learned plenty of lessons along the way that helped her throughout her cancer experience. Here, she shares what those key lessons were and how they can help others with cancer.
Yoga can be a beneficial form of exercise for people living with cancer. Here, Dr. Kimberly Lowe shares 4 key benefits of yoga and tips for getting started during cancer.
Dr. Fay J. Hlubocky discusses how anxiety can impact people with cancer, how this anxiety can lead to panic attacks, and what people with cancer can do to prevent and relieve panic attacks.
Mindfulness can be a helpful tool for people with cancer to manage anxiety and stress while navigating their diagnosis. Dr. Barbara Clivio shares what mindfulness is, why it can be helpful, and how to get started with the practice.
Meditation can be beneficial to people living with and beyond cancer. Here, Dr. Kimberly Lowe shares the benefits of meditation and 4 tips for getting started.