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  • What Is Your Learning Style?

    Understanding how you learn best can help you get the most out of your meetings with your medical team.

    by Ide Mills

  • Healthy Habits

    Room to Improve

    Most cancer survivors don't get enough exercise.

    by Alanna Kennedy-Gorman

  • Q&A

    Paying Attention to Depression

    Psychiatrist Michael Sharpe suggests a new approach to identifying and treating depression in cancer patients.

    by Marci A. Landsmann

  • Get Involved

    Nothing Left Unsaid

    Cancer survivor helps parents with life-threatening diseases make legacy videos for their children.

    by Leigh Labrie

  • Your Cancer Guide

    Making Tough Choices

    Use these pointers to ease some of the burden associated with difficult treatment decisions.

    by Hester Hill Schnipper

  • Speak from the Heart

    Connect with your partner by being honest about your emotions.

    by Roanne Weisman

  • Striking a Balance

    Setting clear goals can help you give back to others while taking care of yourself.

    by Cynthia Ryan

  • The Weight of Obesity on Cancer Patients

    Overweight and obese patients face worse side effects and survival odds than others with the same cancer. New efforts aim to help them get better care, become healthier and live longer.

    by Melissa Weber

  • Life and Health After Childhood Cancer

    Survival for children with cancer has improved dramatically, but longer life has revealed long-term health concerns.

    by Sharon Reynolds

  • Sound Advice

    Fall 2014

    vol 04 | issue 03
    Dealing with chemo brain, keeping fit during treatment, and addressing caregiver depression.