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Category: Patient Support
Receiving proper support as a bladder cancer patient can be critical to improving your overall well-being and quality of life during treatment.
Meeting your work needs while living with cancer can be a challenging balancing act. Everybody has different needs, and different requirements around work.
A cancer diagnosis can be a life changing and very personal event. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, it can be useful to remember that...
How do you tell a partner, friend, or family member you have cancer? Receiving this type of diagnosis can leave you with a mix of complex emotions, so it’s understandable...
Completing your treatment and pushing bladder cancer back into remission is a reason to celebrate. You've made it through a difficult time, and you may even feel like a different person.
When someone close receives a bladder cancer diagnosis, your first instinct will be to offer help.
If your doctor recently diagnosed you with bladder cancer, chances are, you're completely dazed since those were words you probably never thought you'd hear.
When you live with bladder cancer either as a patient or caregiver, you will have to do many difficult things for the first time - like explaining to a child that their loved one has cancer. There are many excellent resources available to help you through this.
Cancer is an alienating disease for everyone for so many reasons. And for those of us who are women with bladder cancer, the alienation is compounded by having a man’s disease that is treated in a man’s world.