Here’s our list of the 5 best cancer articles of the week. What cancer articles have you found helpful this week? Share yours in the comments below.
5 Best Cancer Articles of the Week
10 Things Anybody Who’s Experienced Chemo Brain Can Relate To
Ever feel like you’re out of it while going through chemotherapy? Well, you’re not alone. This is referred to as chemo brain and it often causes cloudiness or fog. If you’re currently going through chemo now, check out these 10 things related to chemo brain.
A cancer diagnosis was the last thing I expected at 25.
Isolation is the number one reported mental health issue from cancer patients. Knowing you’re not alone can be incredibly powerful. How long did it take you to find and connect with a peer? What websites, events, forums or programs made that difference? Read this article and share your resources below.
Todd Blake Helps Fellow Young Adult Cancer Patients Find Adventure Through Life-Changing Experiences: ‘You Learn What it Truly Means to Live’
Once you get diagnosed with cancer, it seems to interrupt your life and consume your day-to-day living. What if you were able to live one day — really ‘LIVE’ — doing something that you’ve always wanted to do? Todd Blake is doing just that for young adult cancer patients. He started this amazing nonprofit called, Living for Today, to help cancer patients take those adventures they’ve always wanted to take. Watch the video below and read the full article. What adventure would you want to take or did take already since being diagnosed with cancer? Share your adventure in the comments below.
How To Be A Supportive Husband When Your Wife Is Diagnosed With Cancer
Author Marc Silver of Chevy Chase, Maryland, shares his advice to men on how to support a significant other through a cancer diagnosis and treatment. Key takeaway: Don’t try to fix it.
Finding Cures and Treatments: More Than $6.49 Million in Research Funding
As part of our continued efforts to find cures for all lung diseases, the American Lung Association will be funding more than $6.49 million in grants in 2015-2016, $3.89 million of which is for newly awarded research on lung disease through the nationwide Awards and Grants Program.