From toddlers to teens, young people process news of a parent’s cancer diagnosis differently.
When a parent has cancer, children should be part of a conversation. Tips for talking to kids about the disease.
Emotional distress associated with cancer can be debilitating for patients and their families.
Those with a genetic predisposition to cancer can benefit from support groups as much as cancer patients, but options for the former group are limited.
After losing a spouse, it’s normal to feel alienated and alone. A social worker, writer and cancer widow offers her tips for healing.