Living with Cancer
Articles to help you and your family live with a diagnosis of cancerMind and Body
Articles explaining the positive impact of complementary therapies (art therapy, guided imagery, yoga, etc.) on the emotional and phyisical well-being of survivors.
The good news is, there's often more than one way to handle your cancer treatment. The bad news is, it's not always easy to figure out what is the 'best' choice. This section offers articles with advice and insight.
This section offers information and tips to help you with employment, financial and other practical issues.
Handling Side Effects
For some people, cancer treatment brings along unexpected -- and unpleasant -- side effects. We offer tips to deal with many of these, from baldness to lymphedema -- as well as information on sexuality and fertility.
Cancer and the Family
Whether you're the parent of a child being treated with cancer, or you're wondering how to manage family events around your cancer treatment, this section is for you.
While we offer a variety of articles about cancer and treatment, there are other sources available. This section provides you with tools to do your own research.
So often, changing your diet before, during and after cancer treatment can make a big difference in how you feel and in reducing side effects.
In this section, cancer survivors and their loved ones share their stories and offer advice or insight
Nearly 11 million Americans are cancer survivors -- more people than the entire population of Michigan. This section explains how your voice can be heard.