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Coping® with Cancer Magazine
Table of Contents

November/December 2016   *  Volume 30   *  Issue 6

An independent publication written by and for
the national cancer community

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Features

6 On the Cover: ESPN’s Holly Rowe Refuses to Let Cancer Win
Though she’s been diagnosed with a rare form of melanoma, ESPN sideline reporter and play-by-play commentator Holly Rowe isn’t planning to slow down anytime soon. Here’s her story.

9 Emotions and Cancer
A cancer diagnosis can create a great deal of disruption in your life. Here are 5 ways you can shore up your emotional health.

13 When Sleep Eludes You
How to get a good night’s rest while coping with cancer

17 Diagnosis: Lung Cancer
Four keys to managing the disease and maximizing your quality of life

21 Cheers to the Holidays
Anxious about the holiday hubbub? Follow these tips for a cheerful, stressfree holiday season … even while coping with cancer.

22 A Recipe for Getting the Nutrition You Need during Cancer Treatment
Don’t let good nutrition fall by the wayside. Find out what to eat and how to stay properly nourished during treatment.

24 Cancer Fatigue: Strategies to help you cope
5 fatigue-busting strategies for managing your cancer-related fatigue, no matter what the cause

 

 

 

 

      

26 Art & Meditation for the Cancer Journey
Being diagnosed with cancer can be a traumatic experience. Art therapy and meditation can help you emotionally heal.

27 Polycythemia Vera – Your Questions Answered
What you need to know about this progressive blood cancer and its treatment

32 Do You Know Your Healthcare Rights?
Here are the top 5 most common legal issues faced by cancer survivors, plus tips on how to deal with them.

34 New Normal? What’s That?
Nothing about cancer is normal – new or otherwise. But blogger, author, and breast cancer survivor Nancy Stordahl is finding ways to move forward.

36 How to Make Exercise a Part of Your Post-Cancer Life
Exercise can give you an extra boost during and after treatment. And the good news is you don’t have to become an elite runner or join a CrossFit gym to reap the benefits.

Departments

News 8
News Brief 14
Survivor 16, 31
Cancer Survivors Guide 38
Reflections 39

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