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  • Anxiety and cancer 6/8/2018

    Patients living with cancer often feel many different emotions, including anxiety and distress.

  • Chemo and brain fog 6/8/2018

    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.

  • The basics of advanced care planning 6/8/2018

    Advance care planning (ACP) involves thinking and talking about goals, values and healthcare choices.

  • Essential oils and cancer treatment 5/25/2018

    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.

  • How practicing mindfulness can help during cancer treatment 5/25/2018

    Practicing mindfulness and relaxation can help calm your mind, reduce stress and sharpen your ability to focus on what matters most to you.

  • Physical activity and cancer 5/25/2018

    Scientific research suggests that exercise is safe for many people during cancer treatment and can even improve quality of life.

  • What is complementary medicine? 5/25/2018

    Complementary treatments can be appealing because many of them involve using your own body, your own mind or things found in nature.

  • How an ACS patient navigator can help you 5/4/2018

    A patient navigator with the American Cancer Society (ACS) strives to make your cancer diagnosis feel less overwhelming by offering free support services.

  • Cancer and depression 4/27/2018

    About 1 in 4 people with cancer becomes depressed.

  • Palliative Care: What you need to know 4/6/2018

    Palliative care benefits many patients at Gundersen every year. Some common myths prevent people from getting the help they need.

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