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.
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.
Oncology professionals from around the globe are in Chicago for the ASCO Annual Meeting. Here are some of today’s key research highlights, with a focus on enhancing survivors’ health.
Navigating everyday life and relationships can be tough when you’re a single woman diagnosed with cancer. Cancer survivor and oncology social worker Hester Hill Schnipper offers some thoughts on what can help make things a little easier.
National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week runs from April 4 to 10. In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Lidia Schapira writes about some specific challenges that young adults with cancer face and why building awareness of young adult cancer is so important.
Certified Sex Therapist Dr. Sage Bolte writes about sexual problems in cancer survivors and gives some tips to make it easier to talk about them with the doctor.
More than 44,000 blood donations are needed every day, according to the American Red Cross. Donating blood or platelets is safe and simple, and it can save lives.
People with cancer may face many challenges at work during and after a cancer diagnosis and treatment, including subtle or direct discrimination. Learn how to prevent, identify, and handle possible discrimination at work.