Published: Thu, 11 Aug 2016 11:17:53 +0000
2016-08-11T11:17:53ZIt can be frustrating when someone you love refuses to get screened for cancer. There are several cancer screening tests that are recommened for both men and women at various ages. Here are some tips in helping your loved one get screened.
2016-08-11T11:17:53ZKeeping a symptom diary during treatment for cancer is a good way to let your oncologist know about side effects that are merely bothersome or life threatening.
2016-08-11T11:17:53ZHearing your diagnosis of breast cancer can cause shock, anxiety, and sometimes depression. But you can learn ways to cope - get the information that you need to make treatment decisions, let yourself experience emotions, ask for support, and be open to trying new things. Find your coping style and stick with it - you don't have to be like any other breast cancer patient - learn how you cope best with diagnosis of breast cancer,
2016-08-11T11:17:53ZLearn how to effectively cope if you cancer returns after treatment. Cancer recurrence can be emotionally devastating.
2016-08-11T11:17:53ZBeing diagnosed with cancer can cause depression, but is can also be a side effect of treatment. It can help to understand what the symptoms of depression are, and how chemotherapy can impact your nervous system. Antidepressants and counseling can help - learn more about cancer and depression
2016-08-11T11:17:53ZThe FDA urged people in June 2008 to be on the lookout for fake cancer cures. How do you spot one? What should you look for? What should you do if you’ve already fallen for one of these come ons? Learn how to spot fake cancer cures here.
2016-08-11T11:17:53ZSkin Cancer Quiz, from your About.com Guide