Exercise physiologist Danielle Halsey shares what people with cancer should know about the role of exercise physiologists on the cancer care team, including how they help people with cancer and survivors and the important role of exercise in your care.
In this podcast, Dr. Abby Rosenberg shares what parents of children with cancer should know about pediatric palliative and supportive care, including what it is, what to expect from it, and how it helps provide support to children with cancer and their families.
Dr. Stephen Connor shares what people with advanced cancer and their families should know about hospice care, including misconceptions around hospice care, the benefits of hospice care, and how to find the right hospice program for you or your loved one.
In this podcast, Dr. Richard T. Lee and Dr. Jun Mao discuss what people with cancer should know about using integrative therapies, also called complementary therapies, to manage cancer-related pain, including what these therapies are and the different types of pain they can help with.
In this post, nurse practitioner Jennifer Jacky and Dr. Cristina Rodriguez discuss what people with cancer should know about taking opioids for cancer-related pain, including why opioids might be recommended and common concerns people have around taking opioids.
What to Know About Cancer Care and Research for People 65+: A Q&A With Patient Advocate Beverly Canin
In this podcast, Dr. Allison Magnuson talks with patient advocate Beverly Canin about cancer care for people age 65 or older, including what they can expect, how to advocate for themselves, and what they should know about participating in cancer research.
In this “Cancer in My Community” post, Dr. Dingle Spence shares what cancer is like in Jamaica, including why she became an oncologist, how cancer care is accessed in Jamaica, the expansion of palliative care in the country, and local resources for people with cancer.
In this podcast, Dr. Frank Penedo interviews esophageal cancer survivor Rachael Kearney about her experience being diagnosed with cancer, how she coped with side effects from treatment, and her advice for sharing your cancer story.
In this podcast, Dr. Fay Hlubocky and Dr. Manali Patel discuss what health equity and quality care mean in the context of cancer care and describe research highlights in these areas from the 2022 Quality Care Symposium.
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.