Nearly all cancer survivors cope with side effects of treatment
Symptoms such as fatigue, sleep disturbances, peripheral neuropathies, changes in body image and problems with sexual health -- to name a few have been documented as being issues for cancer survivors. Others are challenged by feelings of anxiety, depression or sadness. And stil others want to be educated about what they can do to limit or manage long-term treatment effects.
Below is a list of links to articles, audio and video files and web sites which will provide information and support.
Health of the Whole
Why treating the psychological, as well as physical, aspects of cancer matters
Tired of Being Tired?
Cancer Center's Symptom Management and Supportive Care Clinic helps patients fight fatigue and other side effects of treatment
Reducing the Swelling
New laser therapy among treatment options for lymphedema
from our blog, mCancerTalk Five FAQs about lymphedema
Family Risk / Breast & Ovarian Risk / Genetics
Up and Down the Family Tree
How genetic testing helped one patient dodge cancer
From our blog, mCancerTalk: Mandating genetic counseling prior to cancer genetic testing
What does it mean for patients?
Learn how to keep bones healthy even if cancer treatment has increased your risk for osteoporosis
from our blog, mCancerTalk: Chemo Brain A Real Side Effect
Erectile Dysfunction/Sexual Health
from our blog, mCancerTalk: Intimacy after prostate cancer surgery
To Catch a Thief
Why you should address pain -- before it robs you blind
When to Ask for Help
Talking about symptoms is first step in treating them
Making the Most of It
New symptom management program helps patients get back to their lives
from our blog, mCancerTalk: Make rehabilitation a part of cancer care and survivorship
Cardiovascular Long-Term Effects
Keep your heart healthy during and after cancer