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Often, people diagnosed with cancer begin to look more deeply for meaning in their lives. They may want to understand their greater purpose or why they developed cancer.
Some cancer treatments may cause urinary and bladder problems.
LIVESTRONG at the YMCA program, a researched-based physical activity and well-being program is designed to help adult cancer survivors reclaim their total health.
Cancer and its treatment can change how you look and feel about yourself. Know you aren't alone in how you feel. Many others have similar feelings.
Our Cancer-Related Genetic Counseling service can help identify hereditary cancer syndromes, offer screening recommendations and provide you with peace of mind.
When we refer to advanced cancer, we're talking about cancers that cannot be cured. This means cancers that won't go away and stay away completely with treatment.
Good, reliable caregiver support is crucial to the physical and emotional well-being of people with cancer.
Consuming the right kinds of foods—and enough of them—during cancer treatment is important in helping you feel your best.
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.
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