Last Modified: January 7, 2013
My sister was just diagnosed last week. It's like a whirlwind. Looking for ways to coordinate life for her (kids, house), manage appts. And just helping her through it all.
Linda Miller, RN, BSN, Oncology Nurse Navigator at Penn Medicine responds:
The American cancer society has a great website that offers different resources. The social worker who works with your team can also be a helpful resource to utilize regarding various community resources. Often your church community offers additional support as well. If financially able there are home care helper agencies that may be of assistance. First step; meet with your cancer center social worker for advice.
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