Coping® with Cancer Magazine
Table of Contents

January/February 2020  –  Volume 34  –  Issue 1

An independent publication written by and for the national cancer community

Kikkan Randall
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4  On the Cover: Olympic Champion Skier Kikkan Randall
Five-time Olympian Kikkan Randall talks staying positive and active through breast cancer.

6  Get the Facts on Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
CLL is one of the most common types of leukemia in adults. Do you know the factors that affect your treatment options and prognosis? 

9  Cancer Fatigue: Strategies to Help You Cope
These fatigue-busting strategies can help you combat your cancer-related fatigue, no matter what the cause.

14  A Prescription for Exercise
New ACSM recommendations call for physicians to provide exercise prescriptions for anyone living with and beyond cancer. If you don't have one yet, here are some fundamental physical fitness guidelines all cancer survivors can follow.

16  Sex After a Cancer Diagnosis
Cancer and its treatments can have an enormous impact on your sexuality. These tips can help you and your partner reestablish sexual intimacy.

19  Can Good Things Come from Cancer?
Some experts believe that a person grows stronger and more contented as they overcome difficult or traumatic experiences. Let's take a closer look at this idea, which psychologists call post-traumatic growth.



FDA Update   11, 13
Caregiver   12