With the spread of misinformation, Dr. Ann Meredith Garcia Trinidad offers tips on how to find out if the cancer news you’re reading on social media is safe, reliable, and accurate.
Dr. Cordelia Galgut discusses the lasting grief she experiences after living through cancer and offers ways to cope for fellow survivors.
Just about everyone should get a flu shot in October. It’s especially important for people living with cancer, cancer survivors, and their caregivers.
Dr. Bram Kuiper discusses what people with cancer and their loved ones should know about cancer-related fatigue, including its causes, effects, and how to cope.
Leona deVinne felt guilty when she learned her son had the same VHL diagnosis she has that causes a high risk of cancer. Here’s how she learned to cope.
Not everyone has a family member or friend who can help with caregiving after a cancer diagnosis. Here are some tips for finding professional caregiving help, making a hiring decision, and more.
For many people with cancer, traveling for treatment may be their only option. Here, learn how you can prepare to keep safe and healthy when you have to travel.
After a diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer, Meg Hirshberg turned to lifestyle changes to cope. In this Voices on Cancer post, she describes starting a foundation to help others do the same.
Caregivers may experience feelings of fear or doubt in taking care of someone with cancer. Here, learn how to manage those feelings by getting the support you need.
Psychologist Cordelia Galgut discusses the long-term effects of her cancer diagnosis and how you can talk with your loved ones about cancer’s impact, even years later.