Tag Archives: support

4 ways to be a friend to someone with cancer

You talk to your best friend about everything—big things, little things and anything in between. But when they receive a cancer diagnosis, you may be at a loss for words. Cancer isn’t just impacting your friend’s life, but it affects … Continue reading

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Giving Tuesday: A day to help those affected by cancer

This year as we pour endless energy and effort into planning Black Fridayshopping strategies and hunting for the best online deals on Cyber Monday, we should also remember another day—a day focused on giving rather than receiving. Giving Tuesday is a … Continue reading

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Meet Laura, a Cancer Support Helpline counselor!

Newly diagnosed and don’t know where to turn? Longtime survivor and looking for new resources? The toll-free Cancer Support Helpline (1-888-793-9355) is available to help you navigate your cancer journey. Professionals like Laura, one of our call center counselors, are … Continue reading

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Where do people get support?

Where Do People Get Support? Featuring Pauline Dweck, Guest Blogger and Proud Young Leadership Council Member As a social worker on an inpatient unit of a New York City hospital, I am reminded, on a daily basis, of just how … Continue reading

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