There are many reasons why people with cancer decide to travel for medical care.
A caregiver’s guide to meeting the nutritional needs of a loved one with cancer.
Important things to do to help your family cope.
Communities to Recognize Cancer Survivors, Raise Awareness on National Cancer Survivors Day® — Sunday, June 3
Cancer survivors and supporters will come together to celebrate life and raise awareness of the challenges faced by cancer survivors.
For cancer survivors, distant travel is sometimes necessary to reach a cancer center or hospital for treatment or a second opinion that is not available in their local communities.
The man I love has cancer. And, after months of deliberation, of decisions made and decisions overturned, he has begun treatment.
When someone you love is diagnosed with cancer and you’re suddenly thrust into the caregiving role, it can be difficult sometimes to know what to do.
Tips on coping, supporting your wife, and what the doctors don’t tell you.
Although I’d like to tell you these are the five definitive rules for all cancer caregivers, the truth is that there really is no rulebook for this experience.
Marilu Henner and her husband open up about his bladder cancer, her role as caregiver, and how to talk frankly about the disease.
You wake up. You only have a second before reality punches you in the gut. The tears begin to fall. Soon they are streaming down your face.
“Hi, friend. I wanted to let you know I have some bad news. I have cancer.”
While a cancer diagnosis is given to just one person, it can have a ripple effect on everyone who cares about that person.
What being there really means.
How do couples navigate this unfamiliar, scary terrain?