Cannabis and products derived from it can help cancer patients manage symptoms as well as side effects of treatment.
Are cancer patients at increased risk for severe illness if they get COVID-19? What extra steps should they take to stay safe during the pandemic without delaying needed treatments?
Adding to the information in my most recent post, more helpful resources on coping with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources that provide helpful information on coping with cancer and the COVID-19 crisis.
Many cancer patients are receiving unexpected bills from out-of-network providers after surgery.
A recent study looked at how patients viewed their personal identities in the aftermath of a cancer diagnosis.
The concept of patient navigation began over twenty years ago with the intent to help underserved patients obtain follow-up care after an abnormal screening result, and has expanded to include assistance across the entire continuum of cancer care and survivorship.
A recent study examined the evidence from clinical trials on complementary therapies that are used by breast cancer patients to manage symptoms and side effects of treatment.
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis can become much more manageable when we’re not afraid to reach out for support.
As a result of the experiences I’ve had in life so far, which unfortunately have included two episodes with cancer, there were a number of very important life lessons that I probably learned sooner than I otherwise would have.