Multiple myeloma is cancer that starts in the bone marrow's plasma cells and may be present for some time before symptoms emerge.
Although this time of year is meant to be a joyful celebration, you're battling cancer while trying to enjoy the holidays and spend time with loved ones.
A cancer diagnosis carries huge amounts of emotional weight; fear grows like weeds in a garden. Stress and cancer has a large impact on your mental health.
These are a few suggestions for how to support someone with cancer after diagnosis. They're going to be working to manage their own needs and feelings.
You haven't received the diagnosis, but you have been to lots of oncology appointments. Here are some tips for coping when a loved one has cancer.
Some of the fear of cancer and related feelings will be short-lived as they alleviate over time, but others will only intensify.
If you aren’t sure about the good that can come from journaling, take some time to consider what journaling can do and how you can become successful at it.
It’s undeniable. Cancer sucks, and it sucks really bad. That much is clear. The uncertainty comes when you try to decide what to do with your diagnosis.
After getting the cancer diagnosis you will have to inform others in your life about the news. Follow these tips for telling loved ones you have cancer.