4 Ways to Help Patients With Metastatic Lung Cancer Find Meaning in Their Experiences
Oncology nurses can help patients with metastatic lung cancer find meaning in their experiences and potentially help them cope more effectively with their diagnosis.
Opinion: Wilderness Therapy Offers Benefits to Patients With Cancer
Wilderness therapy is a nontraditional form of therapy that uses components of exposure to outdoor activity and mental health treatment.
Opinion: Drama Therapy Can Be a Therapeutic Tool for Helping Patients Cope With Cancer
Drama therapy may be a unique approach to help patients with cancer express themselves and improve their emotional well-being. It can also help health care professionals improve their communication skills.
Talking With Patients About Potential Cancer Misinformation
Oncology nurses can help their patients navigate misinformation that they may find online.
Immediate Interventions to Support The Newly Bereaved
When engaging with a family member of a patient who has died, nurses should consider using immediate interventions aimed at supporting the loved ones who are in shock and in pain following their loss.
Addressing Disparities: Practicing Inclusion for LGBTQ+ Patients With Cancer
Medical providers should strive to make all patients feel welcome and safe.
How Social Media Helps AYA Patients With Cancer Find Support
The rise of social media platforms has helped foster a community for adolescent and young adult patients with cancer.
Challenges and Impacts Faced by Undocumented Cancer Patients in the Health Care System
Undocumented patients with cancer face additional barriers to care.
Addressing the Impact of COVID-19 and Health Disparities on Cancer Screening
Early detection is key to improving prognosis and achieving better outcomes for patients.
How Mindfulness Can Help Caregivers Cope with Stress and Burnout
Within this intense experience, caregivers can often find themselves physically and emotionally exhausted
Barriers in BIPOC Populations Diagnosed With Breast Cancer
BIPOC patients diagnosed with breast cancer often face additional barriers–like health disparities, health literacy, and lack of knowledge of the psychosocial effects–in comparison to other ethnic groups.
Cancer, COVID-19, and Aging in LGBTQ+ Communities
The reasons for LGBTQ+ health care disparities are complex but unequivocal, founded in many socio-economic and cultural factors.
The Importance of Caregivers During the Stem Cell Transplant Process
Any patient with cancer needs a caregiver through the treatment journey, but it's even more vital for patients with cancer undergoing the stem cell transplant process.
CancerCare Celebrates 75 Years of Serving the Cancer Community
CancerCare celebrated its 75th anniversary by revealing a new campaign "If It Matters To You, It Matters To Us."
Value-Based Oncology Care Delivery Falls Short of Addressing Patients' Psychosocial Needs
The ongoing dialogue regarding healthcare payment reform that attempts to incentivize high-value care by linking reimbursement to quality rather than quantity has largely ignored the ultimate consumer/buyer—the patient.
Barbells for Boobs Partners With CancerCare to Launch Breast Cancer Support Line
In an effort to help individuals gain access to breast health services, Barbells for Boobs and CancerCare®, the leading national cancer support organization, have officially launched the NYC Support Line.
CancerCare Prepares to Provide Vital Support for Cancer Patients Affected by Hurricane Florence
2018 Hurricane preparedness fund to aid Southeastern residents living with cancer
Hope, Gratitude, and Spirituality: What They Mean to Patients with Cancer
Nurses, doctors, social workers, and the rest of the medical team and facility staff at treatment centers have the ability to bring hope, gratitude, peace, and love, all part of spirituality—to their patients.
CancerCare Introduces Meditation App
App aims to help people affected by cancer manage the symptoms of treatment, let go of anxiety, achieve deep, restful sleep and stay emotionally balanced.
CancerCare Releases Landmark Patient Access and Engagement Report
Patients With Lung Cancer Value Quality of Life Measures Over Symptom Management
A new white paper released by CancerCare provides evidence and guidance for integrating quality of life measures for patients with lung cancer in routine clinical care.
CancerCare Announces Funding for Multiple Myeloma Patients Through CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation (CCAF)
CancerCare is pleased to announce the availability of co-payment assistance for people diagnosed with multiple myeloma through the CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation.
Data Accrual Complete â€“ CancerCareÂ® Patient Access and Engagement Study
CancerCare has achieved its goal of enrolling more than 3,000 adults who have been diagnosed with cancer into its landmark Patient Access and Engagement study.
CancerCareÂ® Announces Funding for Pancreatic Cancer Patients Through CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation (CCAF)
CancerCare, the leading national nonprofit organization providing free, professional support services to anyone affected by cancer, is pleased to announce the availability of co-payment assistance for pancreatic cancer patients through the CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation.
CancerCare Announces National Study: CancerCare Patient Access and Engagement Report
Study will feature six key areas of focus; advisory board of oncology experts to guide research and analysis.
Funding Available to Help Pay for Cancer Treatment Medications
The financial costs associated with cancer are often overwhelming. Even having health insurance doesn't guarantee patients will be able to afford treatment.
PVd Confers a Small OS Benefit to Patients With Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma
Neoadjuvant Durvalumab Combination Misses Mark in EGFR+ NSCLC
Durvalumab Garners Similar OS, Albeit Varied PFS, Outcomes in EGFR+ and EGFR-Wildtype NSCLC Subgroups
Quizartinib Extends Overall Survival Across Multiple Subgroups in FLT3-ITD+ AML
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