In this “Meaningful Conversations” podcast, Dr. Richard Lee, Dr. Tara Sanft, and Dr. Biren Saraiya discuss what people with advanced cancer should know about sharing their health care wishes with doctors, caregivers, and loved ones, including tips for navigating these conversations.
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.
Dr. Vidya Kollu shares what people with cancer should know about developing microhabits, including how they can be helpful during cancer, different types of microhabits that could be beneficial, and steps for getting started with forming microhabits.
Patient advocate Martha Carlson and Dr. Maryam Lustberg share what people diagnosed with cancer should know about self-comparison on social media, including ways to avoid it and how to cope.
In this “Meaningful Conversations” podcast, Dr. Lalan Wilfong and social worker Lydia Mills discuss what people with cancer should know about discussing their goals of care with the health care team, including tips for navigating this conversation.
Dr. Elizabeth Kacel shares what people with cancer should know if they are experiencing insomnia, including causes of cancer-related insomnia, how it can impact daily life, how they can cope with insomnia, and how the health care team can help manage it.
In this month’s “From the Editor in Chief” column, Dr. Jyoti Patel discusses what people with cancer should know about navigating their cancer care during an extreme weather event, including how these events could impact their care and ways to be prepared.
Research has shown that eating certain processed meats, such as hot dogs, sausage, and deli meats, can increase your risk for cancer. Here, learn more about what the research says about processed meats and cancer risk and what to consider when choosing processed meats.
In this “Meaningful Conversations” post, Dr. Anna Roshal discusses what people with cancer should know when facing an uncertain prognosis, including how to cope with uncertainty and how to talk about your prognosis with your health care team.
Just about everyone should get a flu shot in September or October. It’s especially important for people living with cancer, cancer survivors, and their caregivers.