Marika Humphreys shares how she used a technique called “holding space” in her efforts to support her husband during his cancer treatment and how it could help other caregivers in similar situations.
In this post, Dr. Ann Meredith Garcia Trinidad describes how people with cancer and caregivers can best use social media for support both during and after cancer.
In this post, Dr. Ranak Trivedi describes the unique challenges long-distance caregivers face and offers suggestions on how best to support their loved one with cancer.
In this “Your Stories” podcast from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, Brittany Sullivan describes how having her husband, John, by her side throughout multiple cancer diagnoses, including during pregnancy, kept her hopeful.
In this podcast, 3 experts discuss what it means to have the capacity to make decisions during cancer, and what families and caregivers should know if they need to make decisions on behalf of someone else.
Keeping a home clean when caring for someone with cancer is an important part of caregiving, especially since those with cancer can be at a higher risk for infection and illness. Here’s what to know about keeping your loved one safe.
A few years after caring for her husband, Kristine Chadwick received her own cancer diagnosis. Here’s how being the patient changed her perspective on being a caregiver for someone with cancer.
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.
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.
In this podcast, Dr. Charles Loprinzi and oncology social worker and survivor Hester Hill Schnipper discuss what ASCO’s guideline on the management of cancer cachexia means for patients and those who care for them.