Some cancer treatments cause swelling in a part of the body. This swelling is called lymphedema. Find out more about lymphedema and what you should watch for.Source: What Is Cancer-related Lymphedema?Please follow and like us.
AICR’s iTHRIVE Plan is designed to help you heal from cancer treatment, reduce risk of recurrence, and achieve optimal wellness. This exciting program helps you put AICR’s Recommendations – and more – into action.AICR’s iThrive Planhttp://www.aicr.org/patients-survivors/ithrive/?utm_campaign=enews&utm_medium=email&utm_source=01032019emailPlease follow and like us.
Connect with others in CancerCare’s support groups for patients, loved ones and people who have lost a loved one, led by oncology social workers.Source: Healing With Words — A Therapeutic Writing Group | CancerCarePlease follow and like us.
You’ll be keeping track of a great deal of important paperwork through your cancer journey. Keeping organized records will make life easier for you and your loved ones. If you don’t feel well enoughSource: Organizing and Keeping Important RecordsPlease follow … Continue reading
The Foundation for Women’s Cancer is sponsoring a free webinar on August 2. *The course will discuss the prevalence of sexual changes after cancer care. Describe common sexual changes associated with menopause, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy & endocrine therapy. Review the … Continue reading