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3 Essential CSC Resources for Caregivers

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

The Cancer Support Community (CSC) strives to transform the lives of individuals whose lives have been impacted by cancer. This includes caregivers who support patients at each stage of the cancer experience from diagnosis to post-treatment. One way for CSC to understand more about the needs of caregivers is to ask caregivers to share their unique stories through the Cancer Experience Registry® (CER), an online research initiative that seeks to further understand the wide-reaching impact of cancer.

Out of Options

Friday, November 22, 2019

Six years into her husband's cancer diagnosis, Nancy Sharp felt cancer's toll on their marriage and children. Like many caregivers, she learned to cope and adapt, even as Brett's brain tumor progressed and treatment options failed.

Caregiver’s Remorse

Friday, November 15, 2019

Nancy Sharp was a new mother wanting to go on her first family vacation with her husband and twins, but even that isn't so simple when you're a cancer caregiver.

For Cancer Caregivers, Even Nanoseconds Count

Friday, November 8, 2019

For cancer caregivers, life is lived even down to the nanosecond. Time for me has become less a measurement of the day than the minutes.

Holding Joy and Pain Together

Friday, November 1, 2019

Cancer caregivers must learn to embrace the gray of life.

Living with Cautious Optimism

Friday, October 25, 2019

When your loved on is diagnosed with cancer, and life seems to throw you one bad turn after the next, hope can seem elusive.Cautious optimism taught me how to hope again and to navigate the bumps of life which are always more jarring after a cancer diagnosis.

Caregivers: Don't Go it Alone

Friday, October 18, 2019

When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, how do caregivers live? Seeking that elusive answer nearly leveled Nancy Sharp in the early months of her husband Brett’s brain tumor diagnosis.

Finding a Path Forward as a Cancer Caregiver

Friday, October 11, 2019

When her husband was diagnosed with a brain tumor at 32, Nancy Sharp suddenly found herself navigating a new role as a cancer caregiver.

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Cancer Emergency Fund

The Cancer Support Community’s Cancer Emergency Fund provides financial assistance and support to individuals living with cancer who may be struggling with financial hardships.

Call to Apply: 1-888-409-4166

Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. ET

Saturday – Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET

Frontline Stays for COVID-19 Responders

CSC and Airbnb are partnering to connect first responders with clean, convenient places to stay that allow them to be close to their patients — and safely distanced from their own families.

Join MyLifeLine

Easily connect with your friends and family to organize your own personal community - privately and securely. And connect to others like you for support and sharing on our discussion boards.

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