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Eight Tips for Managing Caregiver Stress During the Holidays

When added to the already significant demands of a caregiving role, holiday stress can quickly become overwhelming. Read More


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How to Find a Cancer Support Group

Along with your cancer diagnosis, many challenges have probably surfaced for both you and your family. During this tumultuous time, a professionally led support group can serve as an invaluable safe haven. Read More


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Adjusting to Life After Caregiving

If the need for caregiving has now come to an end, you may find yourself struggling to regain a sense of purpose in your life. Read More


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When a Parent Has Cancer

When a parent becomes ill, your long-established roles may abruptly reverse. There are many things you can do to make the process easier for both your parent and yourself. Read More


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What Sexual Side Effects Are Most Common During Cancer Treatment?

Regardless of the type of cancer you have, it will likely have a profound impact on every aspect of your life, including your sexual health. Read More


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Tips for Sharing and Writing About Your Cancer Journey

During this complex and difficult journey, many patients say that they find solace and strength in documenting their experiences. Read More


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Honoring our Caregivers During Caregiver Appreciation Month

November is Caregiver Appreciation Month and we would like to honor and show our appreciation to all of our Moffitt caregivers. Read More


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'What I Wish I Knew' - Advice from Patients and Caregivers on Living With Cancer

Find some ideas shared by both patients and caregivers that may help you to deal with many aspects of living with cancer. Advice is cheap: experience is priceless! Read More


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Cards From Children Cheer Up Cancer Patients at Moffitt

My family and I began our personal fight with cancer in September 2012. What I thought was going to be simple turned into multiple surgeries, radiation and chemotherapy. Read More


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Tips for Going Through Cancer Treatment Alone

For those who are single or do not have a primary caregiver, cancer treatment can be especially challenging. But, it doesn’t have to be. Read More


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Caring for the Caregiver - Supporting Family and Friends of Cancer Patients

One of the first reactions of many patients at learning of a new cancer diagnosis is often a flood of concerns about the impact their illness will have on spouses, partners and other family members. Read More


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A Caregiver’s Silver Lining

Howard Berneburg didn’t begin his Moffitt journey as a volunteer. His earliest glimpses of the cancer center were through the eyes of a caregiver, as he accompanied his wife Melanie throughout her battle with leukemia. Read More


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How to Cope When Your Partner Is Living With Cancer

If you have a loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer, you’re both probably experiencing a wide range of feelings and emotions, which may include fear, anger, sadness and confusion. Read More


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November Is National Family Caregivers Month – 'Take Care to Give Care'

The main goal of National Family Caregivers Month is to shine a spotlight on the vital role that caregivers play in the lives of their loved ones. Read More


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Caring for the Caregiver

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It is Never Too Late to Learn How to be a Caretaker

Kenneth Susalla’s experiences with cancer have molded him into the caregiver he is today. Read More


COMMUNITY OF COURAGE

STORIES TO INSPIRE YOU ON YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH CANCER