Celebrating the Caregiver
It's important for caregivers to continue taking care of their own needs, even while they’re taking care of their loved one. Asking for help – whether from other friends and family, a support group, or from a trained professional – is key. This article will help you learn more about caregiving and being a caregiver.
When Your Friend Has Breast Cancer
Even with cancer as an all-too-common household word, we are often unsure of what to say – or, equally important, what not to say – when someone we know is diagnosed with breast cancer.
All Grown Up: Preparing Young Survivors for Life on their Own
For parents who have cared for a child with cancer, a coming of age may be especially bittersweet. Whether you have a child who’s going away to college, taking a first job, or moving out on their own, the tips here can help you both get ready for the next big step.
Coping With Grief During the Holidays
Losing a loved one to cancer is a painful and difficult experience. The death of a loved one is always traumatic, but during the holidays, the feelings of loss can be even more pronounced.
Cancer During the Holidays
The holidays can be a difficult time of year when you or a loved one is facing cancer.
Case Study: When You Care for Someone with Cancer
Someone being treated for cancer often needs a lot of help at home, too. The physical and emotional toll of these tasks often leads to a lot of stress and a negative impact on the caregiver’s own health.
Workshops Help Survivors Cope During and After Cancer Treatment
A new series of free workshops from Cancer Care offers survivors and their loved ones practical information to help them cope with the concerns that can arise after treatment ends.
Recognize an Outstanding Caregiver: Nominations for Society's Lane Adams Award Now Open
Compassionate caregivers around the country are doing extraordinary work on the front lines of the fight against cancer. The Lane Adams Award recognizes people for extending the “warm hand of service” to others.
Caregivers: How to Handle the Holidays
The holiday season is meant to be a time of joy and celebration, but this time of year can be stressful, too.
When Someone You Know Has Cancer
When times get tough for friends, family, and co-workers, you naturally want to help in any way you can.
Parents of Kids with Cancer Suffer Post-traumatic Stress
A study of the parents of children undergoing treatment for cancer finds that in most of the families, at least one of the parents has symptoms of post-traumatic stress.