February 2021 Vol 7 No 1 – February 23, 2021
Sindhu Addepalli, who is starting her career as a doctor, tells the touching story of how her family dealt with her aunt’s cancer during the pandemic, and how this experience influences her practice of medicine.
Family MembersGynecologic Cancers
December 2020 Vol 6 No 6 – December 22, 2020
Mark Ryan, RN, emphasizes the importance of communication between doctors and patients, using as an example the stressful time his wife Anabel had because of miscommunication related to the results of a CT scan.
CaregiversFamily MembersIssue Introductions
October 2020 Part 4 of 4 – Breast Cancer Special Issue Series – October 8, 2020
Take time to acknowledge all the people who have been supporting you along your journey—there may be more than you think.
Patient StoriesFamily Members
August 2020 Vol 6 No 4 – August 19, 2020
Douglas Herman describes the touching moments at his mom’s bedside before she succumbed to bone cancer, and his subsequent journey from distressing thoughts to 40 years of endurance before he received a diagnosis of stage IV prostate cancer.
June 2020 Vol 6 No 3 – June 24, 2020
When his 91-year-old mother-in-law needed full-time care after her colon cancer diagnosis, Mark Ryan made some adjustments in the family home to ensure her comfort and well-being.
April 2020 Vol 6 No 2 – April 27, 2020
After dealing with cancer in his family, Mehrshad Fekri faced the implications of his family history, and decided to educate men about breast cancer and to refocus his graduate studies on cancer research.
December 2019 Vol 5 No 6 – December 27, 2019
Writing about his struggle as a husband, father, and caregiver during his wife’s agonizing battle with metastatic cancer helped Miguel Barron begin to heal, finally, only after he accepted how his life had changed forever.
Family MembersFrom Your Navigator
June 2019 Vol 5 No 3 – June 25, 2019
“A cancer diagnosis can derail even the best methods of communication,” says oncology social worker Katie Narvarte. She offers tips on how to address difficult topics related to cancer, and how to avoid saying the wrong things.
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