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Patients living with cancer often feel many different emotions, including anxiety and distress.
Even though the exact cause isn't known, and chemo brain can happen at any time when you have cancer, this mental fog is commonly referred to as chemo brain.
Advance care planning (ACP) involves thinking and talking about goals, values and healthcare choices.
Essential oils are used by some patients with cancer mainly as a form of supportive care that may improve quality of life and reduce side effects of treatment.
Practicing mindfulness and relaxation can help calm your mind, reduce stress and sharpen your ability to focus on what matters most to you.
Scientific research suggests that exercise is safe for many people during cancer treatment and can even improve quality of life.
Complementary treatments can be appealing because many of them involve using your own body, your own mind or things found in nature.
A patient navigator with the American Cancer Society (ACS) strives to make your cancer diagnosis feel less overwhelming by offering free support services.
About 1 in 4 people with cancer becomes depressed.
Palliative care benefits many patients at Gundersen every year. Some common myths prevent people from getting the help they need.
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