Cancer survivor Eva Grayzel shares what it was like preparing for cancer treatment and the things that helped her endure treatment both physically and emotionally.
Cancer survivor Diane Mapes shares how recent changes to U.S. law means quicker delivery of test results for people diagnosed with cancer, why this direct access to medical reports can cause a different kind of “scanxiety,” and how to cope with uncertainty until you hear from your doctor.
Just about everyone should get a flu shot in October. It’s especially important for people living with cancer, cancer survivors, and their caregivers.
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.
Brain tumor survivor Meredith Rock discusses what it was like being diagnosed with cancer at 37, how she decided to emotionally approach her diagnosis, and the tools that have helped her think positively throughout her cancer experience.
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. Paula Rauch discusses why it’s so important for parents to start talking with their kids about taking steps to prevent cancer as early as possible and shares helpful ways to begin these conversations around sun safety, the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, not smoking, and living a healthy lifestyle.
Survivor Helen Epstein shares what was helpful to her when she was first diagnosed with cancer and her advice for others facing a new cancer diagnosis.
Breast cancer survivor Karen Kratenstein shares helpful tips on what to say when talking with and supporting a loved one with cancer, as well as how other people with cancer can ask for the support they need.