Browse Articles By Tag: about cancer
There are many medical terms that the common person does not know or understand. If you have recently been diagnosed with any form of cancer, it is important to have as much information as you can. (...)
09.04.2013 · From LindaBrown
If you find out that you have cancer, it can be a very overwhelming time in which many different things come to the surface. You might not know what to do or where to turn. Your loved ones will come to your assistance, and there are many other resources available to...
09.04.2013 · From LindaBrown
Do you have a friend or a relative who has been diagnosed with cancer? There is a lot you can do to help them. Continue reading this article to find out more. Dealing with cancer is a real struggle and your friend or relative will obviously need a lot of support. (...)
08.04.2013 · From LindaBrown
When you find out about your cancer diagnosis, you are going to want to seek out plenty of information to help you as you go through treatment. There are plenty of different venues for this information, so you just need to know what approach to take and where to look. (...)
07.04.2013 · From LindaBrown
If you are living with a family member or close friend who has recently been diagnosed with cancer, then you need to understand that this is not going to be easy for either of you. Although their lives are going to be impacted, yours will be as well. (...)
05.04.2013 · From LindaBrown
If you are diagnosed with lung cancer and are a smoker, it is still a shock, but you do not need to look far for the cause. Stopping smoking should be your first reaction. Then you need to grapple with how you exposed yourself to this danger, against all advice, and...
04.04.2013 · From LindaBrown
When you are first diagnosed with cancer there are probably a million things running through your head. You may feel helpless and like you are doomed to succumb to this horrible disease. There is no fast and hard rule that says this is how it has to be. (...)
03.04.2013 · From LindaBrown
It can be devastating hearing from the doctor that you've just been diagnosed with cancer. What do you do? Who do you tell? How are you going to take this? Many questions will be swimming through your mind, and it's going to take a little adjusting to get a handle on...
28.03.2013 · From LindaBrown
Fighting cancer can take every ounce of energy you've got; give yourself more of it by increasing your emotional health! These are steps everyone should be taking to reduce the impact of stress and negativity in life anyway, but you need all the help you can get;...
28.03.2013 · From LindaBrown
Receiving a diagnosis of cancer is a terrible shock at first. You will feel many emotions, most of them at the same time. While all these emotions are normal, they are still difficult to deal with. (...)
25.03.2013 · From LindaBrown
It is true that if you get a cancer diagnosis, you are the one who will feel the very worst effects. However, your family and friends will also be extremely concerned, not just because they will be helping you in the days and months to come, but because they love you...
25.03.2013 · From LindaBrown
There aren't many harder things to cope with in life than realizing that someone you love was just diagnosed with cancer. Cancer is a very scary disease no matter what type of cancer it is, and it is common to be anxious and fearful about it. (...)
25.03.2013 · From LindaBrown
If you learn that you have developed cancer, then you might find yourself at a loss as to what to think or say. Your mind might take off in a million directions. You must be able to draw everything back in and get serious about dealing with your diagnosis. (...)
22.03.2013 · From LindaBrown
Finding out that one of your friends or relatives has cancer is frightening. Instead of focusing on your own emotions, do your best to provide your friend with all the help they need. Read this article to find out how you can help. (...)
15.03.2013 · From LindaBrown
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