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The cost of cancer care can be stressful for anyone living with cancer. If cancer costs are making it hard for you or someone you know to access sufficient and nutritious food, it can make the experience even more stressful. We share 5 food assistance programs and resources that can help.
The announcement that King Charles III has cancer comes as a surprise for many people around the world. Simply learning that a member of the British royal family has cancer is a reminder that cancer does not discriminate. How can the king's diagnosis help benefit the wider cancer community?
Dental checkups aren’t just good for our pearly whites. Here’s why dentists can be an essential part of our healthcare team, from early cancer detection to supporting cancer care after a diagnosis.
While healthy lifestyle choices can’t guarantee the prevention of cancer, they can lower the risk of getting cancer. February is National Cancer Prevention Awareness Month, a great time to make sure you and your loved ones are taking steps to maintain good health now and year-round.
It can be overwhelming to receive a cervical cancer diagnosis. It can also be stressful to think about all the next steps to take. First, take a deep breath. Know that there are resources to turn to for information, guidance, and support. We share 5 tips to help you manage stress and take control of your journey after a cervical cancer diagnosis.
Worried about paying for your cancer care? This is a common concern among people living with cancer. Discover steps you can take to find help and ease the financial distress you feel.
Research shows that mindfulness practices like meditation can boost our physical and mental wellness. But how can practicing meditation support you if you are living with cancer?
Many people are behind on at least one routine cancer screening. Cancer screenings can help find cancer early, when it may be more easily treated. Here's a roundup of preventive screenings and self-exams to help you get ahead in the new year.
From reducing anxiety and depression to combatting fatigue, exercise can rejuvenate people's physical, emotional, and mental wellness after a cancer diagnosis. Keep reading for tips to get moving and find a pace that's right for you.
The holiday season means good food, social interaction, nostalgic joy, and — yes — even stress for many of us. Whether you are living with cancer or are supporting a loved one with cancer, thrive this holiday season with these 4 tips.