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The Benefits of Cancer Support Groups and How to Find Them

Cancer support groups can bring considerable value to your cancer care journey. Even though joining one is likely not the first item on your list to take care of when you receive a cancer diagnosis, there are many good reasons to meet with fellow...

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Breast Cancer Advocacy History – Interesting Facts

As a symbol for breast cancer awareness, the pink ribbon has gained a high degree of visibility. This is especially the case in October, which is the official Breast Cancer Awareness Month. That is why we are having a look at some interesting facts...

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September Cancer Awareness

Promoting awareness for the various forms of cancer is an important part of cancer advocacy. After all, increased awareness when it comes to cancer means an increase in public information and education. This helps with the promotion of preventative...

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Why Cancer Patients Need Advocates

When we are asked about why cancer patients need advocates, one situation comes to mind: A person in the doctor's office, and they have just received a cancer diagnosis... the anxiety that goes along with that... confusion... overwhelm... trying...

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How to Avoid Cancer Caregiver Burnout

Have you ever heard the saying: "You cannot pour from an empty cup." In the context of caregiving, this translates to: "Make sure you practice some self-care, so you can continue taking care of others." Still, it can easily happen to a caregiver to...

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Mental Health and Cancer Diagnosis — The Emotional Toll of Cancer

Considering that anxiety often accompanies a disease like cancer, it's crucial to address your mental health and cancer diagnosis at the same time. In today's blog post, we take a look at how anxiety can affect your mind and body and the options you...

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