Side Effects

Surviving Cancer Puts You at Risk for PTSD

Surviving Cancer Puts You at Risk for PTSD

Do you know how to recognize the symptoms of PTSD?
Your Most Personal Questions about Post-Cancer Relationships and Intimacy, Answered

Your Most Personal Questions about Post-Cancer Relationships and Intimacy, Answered

FAQS from cancer survivors and their partners.
Treating the Pain of Cancer

Treating the Pain of Cancer

A comprehensive list of strategies for managing cancer-related pain.
Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

What are the symptoms and how can I manage this side effect of chemo?
Food for Thought

Food for Thought

How to eat well during cancer treatment.
After Cancer, Occupational Therapy Can Help You Live Your Daily Life

After Cancer, Occupational Therapy Can Help You Live Your Daily Life

What to expect from an occupational therapy program.
Cancer & Your Fertility

Cancer & Your Fertility

Answers to your most pressing questions about cancer-related fertility.
It’s NOT ALL in Your Head

It’s NOT ALL in Your Head

A closer look at the effects of cancer and cancer treatment on cognitive function.
Let’s Talk about Sex after Cancer

Let’s Talk about Sex after Cancer

Sex is a normal human behavior, but it can be intimidating to discuss.
Exercise for Prostate Cancer Survivors

Exercise for Prostate Cancer Survivors

How to get into an exercise routine and stick with It.
How to Keep Your Sex Life Alive Now That Cancer Has Entered the Picture

How to Keep Your Sex Life Alive Now That Cancer Has Entered the Picture

Your sex life can be affected when any change happens in your life, and cancer is certainly no exception.
Ways to Treat or Lessen Cancer-Related Pain

Ways to Treat or Lessen Cancer-Related Pain

Controlling pain is an important part of your cancer treatment plan.
Managing Speech and Swallowing Difficulties

Managing Speech and Swallowing Difficulties

Speech and swallowing dysfunction are frequent after-effects of head and neck cancer and its treatment.
Too Many Sleepless Nights?

Too Many Sleepless Nights?

Has this ever happened to you? You get into bed and then all the worries of the day come rushing in, leaving you tossing and turning and unable to fall asleep?
Weight & Muscle Loss

Weight & Muscle Loss

If you’re a lung cancer survivor who’s lost weight and/or muscle, you may have been told that you are at risk for or have developed cachexia.
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