Coping® with Cancer Magazine
Table of Contents
May/June 2013 * Volume 27 * Issue 3
An independent publication written by and for
the national cancer community
8 On the Cover: Fashion Icon
Betsey Johnson on Beating
Surviving cancer reinforced the legendary designer’s ability to live for today and be positive for the future.
10 Get Active after Cancer
Exercise can provide increased energy levels and improved quality of life.
11 How to Find Joy in Your Life
16 Prepare, Prevent & Protect
Reduce your risk of infection during chemotherapy.
18 Charting Your Journey
What you need to know as you navigate cancer treatment
22 You Don’t Have to Live in Pain
Complementary therapies are an effective tool in cancer pain management.
23 Treating Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia
29 Art Therapy – Coping with Cancer Creatively
30 Don’t Dismiss Your Distress
Maintaining emotional wellness is an important part of cancer care.
32 A Team Approach to Treating Prostate Cancer
34 Becoming a Mother after Breast
The opportunity to raise a family is a very real prospect for many women.
37 Parenting with Cancer
How to help your children cope with your diagnosis
38 Your Skin Care Questions Answered
40 One Step at a Time
Reframing intimacy after cancer
42 Caring for Your Bones When You Have Cancer
44 Young Women & Breast Cancer
Addressing long-term side effects
50 Tired of Feeling Tired?
Follow these tips for sleeping well.
54 17 Tips for Cancer Caregivers
56 Expressive Writing Exercises for Children with Cancer
58 Yoga Therapy for Cancer
This ancient art offers a number of physiological benefits.
60 Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer – How Is It Treated?
63 Money for the Toll Road
Banishing fear after a cancer diagnosis
64 Making Sense of Your Pathology Report
66 Beach Volleyball Champion
Cancer couldn’t crush his Olympic dream.
Survivor 17, 20, 39, 46, 49
FDA Update 21, 65
News Briefs 31, 33, 43, 51, 52, 57
Poems 52, 59