If your sexuality is important to you, don’t neglect this aspect of recovery.
Tips for coping with cancer-related gastrointestinal complications.
Learning to accept my post-cancer impotence freed me to experience extraordinary intimacy, beyond anything I had even considered possible before cancer knocked on my door.
Nausea and vomiting are serious side effects of cancer therapy that can be very distressing.
In light of recent news coverage, let’s review the basic principles of managing cancer-related pain.
How are you? This is often the first thing a doctor says when you arrive for an appointment.
Sleep is essential for our bodies to restore our energy and recharge to keep us going.
In late January 2015, I was diagnosed with uterine cancer – stage IIIC. My oncologist recommended a “sandwich” treatment plan.
The ability to have children and build a family is an important quality of life indicator for many survivors.
Here’s what you need to know if you find that your cognitive functioning just isn’t the same since you started treatment.
Here are some strategies to help you cope.
How mindfulness can help you manage cancer-related pain.
Try to be both realistic and optimistic as you care for yourself after cancer.
The truth is that chemo brain may not be the best term to describe cancer-related cognitive effects.
Don’t sweep insomnia under the bed. Effective treatments are available.