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Listen December 23, 2020

Spotlight on Coronavirus: Vaccines

This episode in our special series Spotlight on Coronavirus takes a close look at the vaccines that will help combat the COVID-19 pandemic—how they work...
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Read December 3, 2020

Writing a New, Resilient Story

Nancy Sharp concludes her Resilience series with a poignant reflection on what it means to lead a more resilient, optimistic life after losing a loved one to cancer.
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Read October 20, 2020

Walking Heals Body and Mind

“I see a lot of patients and caregivers paralyzed by fear, especially after a tough diagnosis,” Dr. Boxwell said. “It’s easy to become immobilized in these situations, and this is why movement created by walking is so essential. When we move our bodies, we move our minds. In this way, patients and caregivers learn to see different possibilities.”
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Read September 29, 2020

The Question of Mortality: It's a Necessary Conversation

I think it’s the cruelty of it all that has me so upset. Cancer is fierce. Cancer doesn’t discriminate. Cancer kills. This is true: there’s nothing quite like a cancer diagnosis to bring us face to face with mortality.

10 Tips for Caregivers Quick Guide

10 Tips for Caregivers of People with Cancer

This quick guide gives tips for caregivers of people with cancer. A caregiver is someone who provides emotional support, goes to appointments, helps with decision making, coordinates care, helps with transportation, or helps manage finances. Some caregivers do all of these, and others may only do one or two. Being a caregiver is an important job. This 9-minute guide will highlight what’s important to know and help you take care of yourself while you’re taking care of someone you love.