Tips for Patients & Survivors
If you have been diagnosed with cancer, it is normal to experience a wide range of emotions. You also may face unexpected life changes, such as role changes at work or at home. In addition, unique health concerns may emerge, from nutrition challenges to fatigue. Discover ways to cope with these new feelings, experiences, and concerns.
Consejos para Pacientes y Sobrevivientes
Es normal experimentar una variedad de emociones, cambios en la vida y problemas de salud específicos después de un diagnóstico de cáncer. Descubra formas de afrontar estos nuevos sentimientos, experiencias y preocupaciones.
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Patients, survivors, and caregivers face many important questions and decisions about their care. We provide resources to ease the burden.
Tips for Caregivers
When a loved one receives a cancer diagnosis, it is common to feel many different emotions, such as sadness, anxiety, or fear. If you are stepping into a caregiving role for the first time, you also may be learning to navigate changing routines and responsibilities. Discover ways to cope with these new emotions, roles, and experiences.
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Resources to Help Patients, Survivors, and Caregivers With Practical Concerns About Cancer Care
- Review Treatment Options
- Understand Side Effects
- Manage Cancer Costs
- Learn About MRD Testing for Blood Cancer
Discover available cancer treatments and find tools and resources to help you make treatment decisions.
It's important to be informed about the short- and long-term side effects of cancer treatment and how to manage them. The more you know, the easier it will be to talk with your healthcare team about the best treatment plan for you.
Many people facing cancer experience worries about cancer costs and they are not sure where to turn. Here's a starting place to learn how to talk about the financial side of cancer and where to go for help.
Checking for measurable residual disease (MRD) gives you and your doctor a new way to track and talk about how to best manage your care.
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