In this podcast from the ASCO Educational Book, Dr. Ryan Nipp discusses when and why extended treatment is needed for some people diagnosed with cancer.
When cancer treatment ends, where does post-treatment survivorship care begin? For caregiver Aki Smith and her dad, a stomach cancer survivor, the answer was in the office of a primary care physician.
Being a caregiver for a parent with cancer can be a challenge that requires organization and flexibility, especially when you are also raising children of your own.
You were caregiver for a person with cancer and now you’re struggling to regain your sense of self. These 10 tips can help you adjust to life after caregiving
In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Schapira discusses peer support and how it can help patients and their caregivers manage the challenges that cancer brings.
If you provide care for a person with cancer, you may find that you may need assistance with the tasks and responsibilities that come with this role. Exploring new caregiving options can help your loved one to continue receiving high-quality care while you maintain your health and well-being.
On January 26, 2017, cancer survivors, caregivers, patient advocates, family physicians, oncology providers, and others gathered in San Diego, CA, to make connections, discuss survivorship issues, and get expert answers on their survivorship-related questions.
In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Schapira describes what she has seen individuals do to make a difference in the lives of people with cancer.
Older adults with cancer can feel overwhelmed by the health care system. Here are some tips to help you or your caregiver navigate cancer treatment.
In this podcast, Professor Lillie Shockney discusses the role of nurse navigators as members of multidisciplinary cancer care teams.