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- Chemotherapy Questions
- Getting Help With Your Caregiving Responsibilities
- How to Help Someone Diagnosed With Cancer
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The American Cancer Society offers this checklist for caregivers of cancer patients to help identify signs of caregiver depression.
Cancer.com offers an array of information for caregivers to help guide through the journey of caring for a cancer patient.
Downloadable booklet from CancerCare provides support as well as practical ways for the caregiver to help the patient, take care of themselves and cope with the situation.
Informative advice and tips for caring for a cancer patient and providing good, reliable caregiver support, provided by the American Cancer Society.
A fact sheet courtesy of the National Cancer Institute offers valuable information about the various services provided by home care agencies and financial assistance available from government, public and private agencies.
The Mayo Clinic offers some useful tips to reduce the risk of cancer.
The National Cancer Institute breaks down the different types of cancer treatment into easy-to-read sections.
Find out oncologist-approved information about more than 120 different types of cancer and cancer-related syndromes on Cancer.net.
The American Cancer Society answers questions regarding common concerns about diet and physical activity in relation to cancer.
About.com offers advice for how to recognize and prevent burnout in caregivers of cancer patients.
When it comes to cancer, there are many things about hospice care that sets it apart from other types of health care. The American Cancer Society provides useful information about what hospice is and how it can help.