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Among the many emotions you may feel upon finishing cancer treatment, one can be especially surprising: guilt.
Once treatment is over, many cancer survivors feel that although they are happy to be done, they also wonder about what comes next.
When cancer treatment is over, patients often face mixed emotions. While you may feel happiness and relief, you may also experience fear and anxiety.
Finishing treatment is a significant moment in your cancer journey and often leads to many different emotions, including feeling lonely.
For many people of childbearing age, cancer treatment raises questions about their ability to grow their family by having a baby.
Gundersen Health System recommends annual lung cancer screening for individuals at high risk, including those 55 years or older who have smoked heavily in their lifetime.
Resting does not always help with cancer-related fatigue, making it one of the most difficult side effects for many people.
Here are some on ideas on how to give back and help others with cancer.
Here are some tips for transitioning back into the workplace during or after cancer treatment.
When patients finish cancer treatment, many times they and their families express a profound gratitude for the care they or a loved one received at Gundersen.
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