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  • CAREGIVING WITH CONFIDENCE

    Take Financial Inventory

    Treatment-related expenses can increase stress on both caregivers and patients. Learning to talk about these concerns may help ease the burden.

    by Aimee Swartz

  • FORWARD LOOK

    Clinical Trials Need Cancer Caregivers Too

    Researchers are studying how to best support family members.

    by Delia O’Hara

  • FORWARD LOOK

    Helping the Helpers

    Distress is common among caregivers.

    by Cameron Walker

  • CAREGIVING WITH CONFIDENCE

    Take a Timeout

    A break from routine can help you be a better caregiver.

    by Aimee Swartz

  • CAREGIVING WITH CONFIDENCE

    Caregiving and Work

    Gather information, know your rights and be ready to adjust.

    by Diane Cameron

  • Q&A

    Breaking the Ice

    Social activist and breast cancer survivor Letty Cottin Pogrebin shares tips on supporting friends and family members through cancer diagnosis and treatment.

    by Marci A. Landsmann

  • CAREGIVING WITH CONFIDENCE

    Recognizing Addiction

    The stress associated with caregiving may open the door to substance abuse.

    by Diane Cameron

  • Caregiving with Confidence

    Making Rest Routine

    Healthy sleep habits should be an important part of self-care for caregivers.

    by Aimee Swartz

  • Caregivers Need Support Too

    High-intensity cancer caregiving is associated with poor mental health, especially for caregivers who don’t feel they’re getting the support services they need.

    by Jen Tota McGivney

  • Coordinating Care

    A caregiver offers tips for staying on top of appointments and test results when a loved one is receiving care from multiple providers.

    by Tara Rosenzweig

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