Side Effects

Post-Traumatic Growth

Post-Traumatic Growth

Try to be both realistic and optimistic as you care for yourself after cancer.
Chemo Brain

Chemo Brain

The truth is that chemo brain may not be the best term to describe cancer-related cognitive effects.
RX for a Good Night’s Sleep

RX for a Good Night’s Sleep

Don’t sweep insomnia under the bed. Effective treatments are available.
Tips for Preventing Infection during Chemotherapy

Tips for Preventing Infection during Chemotherapy

If you are receiving chemo, you may be at risk for getting an infection.
Men, Cancer, and Sexual Health

Men, Cancer, and Sexual Health

Cancer recovery should also include recovery of sexual health
Depression: The Unwelcome Guest

Depression: The Unwelcome Guest

Depression can affect people who may normally have healthy coping skills.
What Cancer Survivors Need to Know about Lymphedema

What Cancer Survivors Need to Know about Lymphedema

Lymphedema is the build-up of fluid in soft body tissues.
Eating Well during Cancer Treatment

Eating Well during Cancer Treatment

After a cancer diagnosis, most people want to know what changes they should make in their diet.
Occupational Therapy for Cancer Survivors

Occupational Therapy for Cancer Survivors

Helping you get your life back after cancer
Yes, Ladies, You Can Keep Your Sexuality after a Cancer Diagnosis

Yes, Ladies, You Can Keep Your Sexuality after a Cancer Diagnosis

Protect your sexual health.
When Survival Isn’t Enough

When Survival Isn’t Enough

There is more to you than your cancer diagnosis and treatment regimen, here's what to consider when creating a cancer rehabilitation plan.
How I Handled Hair Loss with Joy

How I Handled Hair Loss with Joy

I handled the complete loss of my hair with joy by having fun with the halos, hats, and wigs.
Managing Infections and Low White Blood Cell Counts

Managing Infections and Low White Blood Cell Counts

A low white blood cell count is a common side effect of some cancers and cancer treatment.
Easing the Pain of Cancer

Easing the Pain of Cancer

These pain management strategies can help draw your attention away from the pain, improve your mood, and reduce the impact that pain has on you.
One Hat, Two Hats, Red Hats, Blue Hats

One Hat, Two Hats, Red Hats, Blue Hats

My sister said, “We have to make this fun!” I had just had surgery for ovarian cancer. I was devastated, in pain, scared, and unsure of my future.
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