After treatment ends, one of the most common concerns survivors have is that the cancer will come back. The fear of recurrence is very real and entirely normal. Although you cannot control whether the cancer returns, you can control how much the fear
Coping refers to the things that people can do to adjust to a stressful situation, such as a cancer diagnosis or cancer treatment. Research suggests that people can copy by either changing the way they think about a situation or by changing their beh
As we prepare to hear another talk about the psychological aspects of head and neck cancer on 2 July, it is worth republishing this excellent talk by Sandy Carell.
What are the psychological effects of head and neck cancer?
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Post-Cancer Fatigue: The Invisible Wound
The Australian Cancer Council has published a series of podcasts about dealing with cancer. They are excellent with lots of wisdom to share.
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A series of articles providing support for those coping with cancer. Many thanks to Amy Richardson for making these materials available from her PhD research.