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Telling your children you have metastatic melanoma is not easy. Here are some tips, such as talking to professionals and choosing the right time and place.
Shannon Pulaski wrote a book drawn from her experience telling her children about the BRCA gene mutation which put her at high risk for breast cancer. Here she shares her tips for talking to kids about this difficult topic.
If you or someone you love has this type of uterine cancer, learn which types of health care professionals may be part of their care team.
Having metastatic cancer is a time to live to the fullest, continue making memories, and create a legacy for the loved ones you’ll leave behind.
Cancer patients find buddies, exchange advice, and share encouragement with a community of fellow patients in the treatment room.
Here are tips for helping out a friend diagnosed with advanced melanoma. They include focusing on your friend’s unique needs, educating yourself about the disease, and offering practical help.
From your primary care doctor to your oncology nurse, learn the roles and functions of all members of your medical health care team.
As a person living with chronic myelogenous leukemia, I realize that my diagnosis disrupts the lives of my loved ones. But ultimately it has brought us closer.
Here are some ways to spread education about this group of cancers, including social media campaigns and other resources.
Someone you love has metastatic breast cancer, and it's time to say goodbye. Follow this advice for working through your emotions and being there at the end.