Happy New Year
The New Year is a time to reflect on the past year and look toward the upcoming year. This often inspires people to commit to working towards a healthier lifestyle. The following common resolutions not only make for a healthier lifestyle, they can also reduce cancer risk. Learn more about reducing cancer risk using What's My Risk? Read more on New Year's Resolutions.
Lung Cancer Webucation
Lung Cancer Webucation is a presentation for those newly diagnosed with lung cancer and their support people to learn about the disease, its diagnosis, staging, potential treatments and side effects. In addition, it addresses coping with cancer (practical, emotional & family issues), coping with the stigma of lung cancer, and concerns surrounding work, insurance and disability. We hope this will answer many questions you have and help you think of other questions to discuss with your healthcare team.
Navigating the Cancer Journey
Are you facing a new cancer diagnosis or changing course of your current treatment? The OncoPilot section was developed to give you suggestions on ways to make this time easier and to help you make the best decisions. Read more about facing cancer.
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Practical advice from Oncology Social Workers
Visit our newest section of helpful advice from our favorite oncology social workers! Topics include coping with a cancer diagnosis, common concerns after a new diagnosis, talking with children, financial, insurance and employment concerns.