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Our very own inter-faith Chaplain, Michael Eselun, has an article featured in the Sept/Oct issue of Coping with Cancer magazine. The article looks at what feeds the soul of each person and how a diagnosis of cancer can affect
Sometimes with cancer and other serious illnesses there is a time when no more curative treatment options are available. This can be a scary time for patients and their families because it means that end of life issues are
Anxiety and cancer are words that tend to go together for many people once the diagnosis of cancer is made. Many mind-body techniques that utilize forms of relaxation training can be helpful in reducing a wide range of
Sometime during cancer care it is not uncommon to ask the question, “What can I do to help my children or grandchildren remember me?” Albeit a painful question to ask, it acknowledges the possibility and inevitability that we are going
After you are diagnosed with cancer and fully treated, it is common to continue to have concerns about cancer recurrence. Some cancers have a greater likelihood of recurrence than others and thus each patient and diagnosis must be considered
As a parent of young or adolescent children, it is especially hard to receive a diagnosis of cancer. It raises all kinds of worries and concerns and one of the first is what should I tell the children?