Getting a cancer diagnosis is literally a kick in the gut. That kind of stuff isn’t supposed to happen to you. NOT YOU! Maybe 89-year-old Mrs. Smith who lives down the road and smokes three packs of cigarettes a day. ...Read more
Even if you have amazing insurance and money in the bank, cancer treatments and everything that goes along with them can wreak financial havoc. You have to consider medications and procedures; costs associated with travel to and from treatments such as ...Read more
A cancer diagnosis can knock the wind right out of you. Before, during and after treatment, it is essential that you find and cultivate a strong and caring network of supportive people.
Your family and friends are always there for you, ...Read more
It’s not just your imagination if you find yourself feeling forgetful, foggy or even flaky during or after undergoing chemotherapy. Chemo brain is a very real side effect many people experience following cancer treatment.
This cognitive impairment or dysfunction –sometimes ...Read more