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Support Teams for Cancer Survivors and Caregivers

 

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Coping® Magazine’s
Guide to Lodging Accommodations

There are several reasons why peo­ple with cancer and their families may decide to travel to receive medical care. For cancer survivors and their families, finding accommodations can be a chal­lenge. Many facilities offer lodging for free or for a nominal fee. Each tempo­rary lodging program will have its own rules and criteria to qualify for services.

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Breathing Easier When You Have Lung Cancer

Having the best quality of life possible – both during and after treatment – is a goal for most people living with lung cancer. An im­portant component of that is being able to breathe well.

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Occupational Therapy Helps Cancer Survivors Live Life to Its Fullest

by Brent Braveman, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

According to the American Cancer Society, the number of cancer survivors living in the United States will grow to more than 18 million by 2022. While the good news is that more and more people are surviving cancer, thanks to early detection and treatment advances, many of these survivors will face ongoing challenges due to the harsh toll these life-saving treatments can take on the body.

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