From Your NavigatorStress Management
When anxiety becomes overwhelming, it can add to the difficulties of dealing with cancer. Cancer survivor and nurse navigator Deborah Gomer provides easy-to-use breathing exercises that help restore calm and alleviate anxiety. Remember to breathe!
Cancer survivor and caregiver Katie Brown, VP of Support and Survivorship at LUNGevity Foundation, shares tips for patients and survivors on how to manage stress during treatment and beyond.
Book ReviewsStress Management
By Adam Buffery
The main point in Susan Gubar's book Reading & Writing Cancer: How Words Heal is the healing nature of dealing with cancer through the written word, as Susan aptly quotes Virginia Woolf, who said, “in illness words seem to possess a mystic quality.”
By Rose McKay
A diagnosis of cancer is a significant source of chronic stress for patients and their families, but it doesn’t have to be, according to Nancy W. Fawzy, PhD, RN, Board President of Triage Cancer, Culver City, CA.
Exercise & CancerStress ManagementSurvivorship
Yoga supports the mind, body, and spirit of patients with cancer and their caregivers during and beyond treatment. The practice of yoga cultivates physical, psychological, and spiritual aspects to enhance recovery and well-being.
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