Simple Ways to Relieve Fatigue During the Cancer Journey

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Cancer-related fatigue, although different for each person, is the most commonly reported side effect from cancer and its treatments. Sami Mansfield, Director of Oncology Wellness, Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at HCA Midwest Health, shares tips for addressing this common issue for patients. Share these tips with your friends and family who may be facing fatigue … Continued

Creating a Cancer Care Package

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“How can I help?” That’s the first question that comes to mind for many people after learning a friend or relative has cancer. A care package is a nice way to show your support for someone facing cancer. Consider including the following items: Headwear. Losing hair from treatment can lower self-esteem. A pretty headscarf or … Continued

What You Need To Know About Glioblastoma

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As you may have heard, news was released last night that Senator John McCain has brain cancer, more specifically a glioblastoma. What is glioblastoma? How is it treated? Cancer experts from Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare, address key questions about this diagnosis. What is a glioblastoma? It is a malignant primary brain … Continued