Coping® with Cancer Magazine
Table of Contents
September/October 2018 – Volume 32 – Issue 5
An independent publication written by and for the national cancer community
6 On the Cover: DX: Breast Cancer
A conversation with lifestyle maven and cancer survivor Sandra Lee (photo, left, by Jason Frank Rothenberg)
How to set new goals for yourself as a cancer survivor
9 Dealing with a Diagnosis of Lung Cancer
8 tips to help you live well and take charge of your health
14 Spiritual Care for Survivors of Cancer
Research shows that embracing spirituality can help you cope with a cancer diagnosis and treatment.
18 I'm Done with Cancer Treatment: Why Am I So Upset All the Time?
Take a closer look at what causes post-treatment distress and what you can do about it.
20 Incredibly Useful Advice for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivors
28 Too Many Sleepless Nights?
You can get help for cancer-related insomnia.
30 The Power of Resilience in the Face of Cancer
Resilient survivors cope well with stress and rise to the challenges of life.
How to manage you disease and maintain your quality of life
35 How to Cope with Endometrial Cancer
36 So, What IS Hope?
Many cancer survivors cling to it. But how do we define it?
38 Support in a Song
The benefits of music therapy in cancer care
39 Weight & Muscle Loss: A Serious Concern for Lung Cancer Survivors
43 5 Things Parents Should Do If Their Child Is Diagnosed with Cancer
There are some important things you can do to help your family cope.
47 Managing Speech and Swallowing Difficulties After Head and Neck Cancer Treatment
49 What to Do After a Diagnosis of Metastatic Breast Cancer
Adapting to ongoing treatment may take time, but there are many ways to prepare.
50 Stay Active Through Cancer, One Step At a Time
Don't buy in to the myth that having cancer means you can't exercise.
News Brief 8
Survivor 16, 26
FDA Update 34, 44
Cancer Survivors Guide 46
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