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When Cancer Strikes: First, Don't Panic

A cancer diagnose can feel overwhelming. Here's how to focus on what's important and prepare for the journey.

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Beware Cancer’s Hidden Costs: What to Look For

The cost of cancer goes well beyond surgery: how to plan for hidden out-of-pocket expenses.

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How to Reduce Costs for Cancer Drugs

Cancer drugs save lives, but at what cost? You can ease the financial burden – here’s how.

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Can you be part of co-creating a healthy future?

People with rare diseases often feel alone and powerless. Learn how combining with others can change that isolation to a sense of community and empowerment.

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Dealing with Cancer through Poetry

You may not have thought of poetry as a way to deal with cancer. Reading poetry can both take you away from suffering and help you through the experience.

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Tips for Chronic Illness and a Clean House

How do you clean when you have cancer? Here are some tips to help.

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Learning to Accept Help with Breast Cancer

Cancer is a kick in the gut, but it can also be a wake-up call to stop running youself ragged. When people offer help, you should take it.

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How to Get Better Sleep

Sleep has vital health benefits, especially if you have breast cancer. Here's what to do, and what to avoid, to help you sleep better at night.

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'Cooling Caps' May Stop Chemotherapy Hair Loss

Hair loss can be a devastating side effect of chemotherapy. But research is mounting in favor of “cooling caps,” which are aimed at helping to minimize that.

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4 Self-Help Tips for Lymphedema

Twenty to 25 percent of breast cancer survivors develop this chronic condition. Here’s what you need to know about treating it.