There are so many emotional changes that come with one's cancer journey. Yet it can also be a time to look inward and start living in the present. Here, we share some tips that can help you cope healthfully with your emotions and find joy and purpose in the present.
Living with Cancer
Daniel Jacobs is a 2-time middleweight world champion. This boxing pro is also a cancer survivor. July is Sarcoma and Bone Cancer Awareness Month, so recognizing Daniel’s story now seems fitting. It’s also an opportune time to talk about bone cancer, risk factors, and treatment options. Read on for more details.
Amber Havekost wears many hats in life — mother, wife, survivorship coach, avid writer. She is also a breast cancer survivor. In a Q&A with the Cancer Support Community, Amber shares her survivorship story with us. “As deep as my pain goes, so does my gratitude," she notes, "not one replacing the other, but both existing together.” Read on for more words of wisdom and inspiration from Amber.
June is Cancer Immunotherapy Awareness Month, a national campaign to educate the public about cancer immunotherapy. As we recognize this important campaign, we share some key highlights about this type of cancer treatment.
National Cancer Survivors Day is a time to recognize cancer survivors and raise awareness about the challenges of survivorship. In recognition of National Cancer Survivors Day, we’ve gathered 3 top tips for navigating survivorship.
May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society estimates that about 24,530 malignant brain and spinal cord tumors will be diagnosed in 2021. Read on to learn about the signs & symptoms of brain cancer, support resources, and more.
May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. Men are at higher risk of developing bladder cancer than women. The chance of a man developing bladder cancer is about 1 in 27. Read on to learn about bladder cancer, including risk factors, symptoms, and more.
Did you know that May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month? Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States, accounting for roughly half of all cancer cases. Read on to learn about risk factors, signs, symptoms, and more.
The Cancer Support Community is committed to supporting efforts that advance health equity for all. In recognition of National Minority Health Month, we share 6 ways we are working to conquer language barriers in cancer care.
April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 19,000 esophageal cancer cases will be diagnosed in the United States in 2021. Read on for important details about risk factors and resources to help you or your loved one to help you cope with the disease.