Common Cancer Concerns
A cancer diagnosis brings with it questions, challenges and uncertainty, for both patients and their loved ones. We understand that cancer changes your life. That is why we focus on caring for you as a whole person. These resources – including books, brochures, organizations and websites – offer guidance and emotional support for patients and families.
Emotional and Psychological Well-Being
A cancer diagnosis can bring with it a lot of anxiety and emotional stress. Through the emotional care pathfinders, individuals will be able to find resources to help them cope with the emotional and psychological effects of cancer.
People with cancer are often want to know about eating well, getting enough sleep and staying physically fit. The physical care pathfinders provide resources for patients to help them stay well both during and after cancer treatment.
- Eating Well
- Fatigue (Tiredness)
- Food Safety Guidelines
- Physical Activity
- Sleep and Rest
- Quit Smoking
Cancer not only takes a physical and emotional toll, but it also has a tremendous social impact on areas of life such as personal relationships, career and finances. The books, brochures and websites in the social care pathfinders provide valuable information to help patients cope with the social changes that cancer may bring to their lives.
- Employment and Cancer
- Family Distress
- Find a Hobby
- For Caregivers
- How Do I Look?
- Money Concerns
- Talking with children about cancer
For many patients, spirituality or religion plays a very important role in their life. Our spiritual care pathfinder provides resources for patients to help them engage their spiritual side as they deal with cancer and its related issues.