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Category: Caregiver Support
Travelling with cancer may feel daunting, but it is often possible with careful planning and forward thinking.
It can be difficult to know what to say when someone you know is diagnosed with cancer.
As a cancer caregiver your focus will be on your loved one as you work to support them, both physically and emotionally.
Caregivers are friends, relatives, or spouses who play a primary role in helping a loved one — an individual managing cancer or another medical condition — with daily living activities...
When someone close receives a bladder cancer diagnosis, your first instinct will be to offer help.
Caring for someone with cancer is a very difficult job, and many people who do it are unpaid. Sometimes friends and family want to support caregivers, but they don’t know what to do. Here are six things to consider if you are helping a loved one through their caregiving journey.
Caring for a loved one with cancer can be both daunting and rewarding. One thing for sure, looking after your own physical and mental health is crucial as a caregiver. Read on to find out about five ways to look after yourself.