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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.
Participating in a clinical trial often offers new hope for patients, many misconceptions surround such studies. Here is a breakdown of the basics.
Sometimes cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy, can lead to side effects like nausea and vomiting.
When you're diagnosed with cancer, it can be challenging to tell others. Here are some tips to help you talk about cancer with those closest to you.
Doctors consider many factors when diagnosing the stage of your cancer. Here is a breakdown of the process your cancer care team frequently uses.
When diagnosed with cancer, people often wonder how treatment will affect their ability to work.
Here is some information to help you better understand cancer treatment so you can make the best possible decision.
Here's why you should consider talking to the children in your life about your diagnosis and treatment, and tips on how to make the most of the conversation.
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