It’s National Women’s Health Week! What’s the next step on your health journey? These resources can help you find ideas that are uniquely you. #FindYourHealth #NWHW https://go.usa.gov/xmYHj
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?
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=01032019email
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 | CancerCare
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 Records