COVID-19 One Year Later: What Patients with Cancer Need to Know
As we reflect on 1 year of living in a pandemic, here’s what we’ve learned about COVID-19, cancer, and the road ahead.
How Patients with Cancer Can Find Companionship During COVID-19
COVID-19Relationships & Cancer
The social isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic has left those with cancer feeling more left out than ever. Finding companionship and building close relationships, whether in person or virtually, is essential to overall well-being.
What Will the New Year Bring to Patients with Cancer?
COVID-19Infusion of Hope
As healthcare professionals continue to manage the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the introduction of a vaccine allows patients with cancer to approach 2021 with cautious optimism for a better year ahead.
Telehealth Provides the Opportunity for Personal Interaction Despite the Pandemic
Jennie Crews, MS, MMM, FACP explains how telehealth helps bridge the gap of the loss of a face-to-face connection during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing audio and video elements.
Cancer During COVID-19: A Ticking Time Bomb
According to Pat A. Basu, MD, too many people are skipping treatments and routine screenings for cancer because of the pandemic. Read about the 3 things you could do to stop the cancer Shadow Curve and save lives.
Protecting Patients and Caregivers Returning to Work During COVID-19
Patients with cancer and their caregivers are expressing concern about returning to the workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic. Government mandates ensure safety in the workplace, but these mandates may not protect an immune compromised individual who may be protected under the law.
After a Year of Adversity, Gratitude Is Healing
COVID-19Holidays & Cancer
2020 was a hard year for everyone, including patients with cancer who faced new challenges in these unprecedented times. As we reflect on this difficult year, it’s important to practice gratitude actively.
How Technology Lets Patients with Cancer Join the Fun During the Holidays
COVID-19Holidays & Cancer
As we prepare for a socially distant holiday season, patients with cancer and their families can safely celebrate by participating in live video chats, phone calls, interactive games, and more.
How Virtual Learning Can Reduce Stress for Children with Cancer
COVID-19Pediatric Cancer
COVID-19 has brought virtual learning into the mainstream, meaning that a child with cancer who learns from home is now in the same “classroom” environment as any other student, which can reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.
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