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Cancer Care Resources

Cancer Screenings – Early Detection

Caregivers and Loved Ones Coping with Cancer
Talking with your spouse or partner about cancer
Telling others about your cancer
Caring for a loved one with cancer

Community Resource Guide

Dealing with Emotions during Cancer
Emotional, mental health, and mood changes

Financial Assistance
Financial resources

Patient Navigator

Mindfulness & Wellbeing apps
How to do progressive muscle relaxation
Relaxation techniques and mindfulness practices coping with cancer

Sexuality after a Cancer Diagnosis
How cancer and cancer treatment can affect sexuality

Sleep Problem/Fatigue – Techniques
Getting help for sleep problems
Cancer-related fatigue

Support Groups

Social Worker

Websites for Specific Cancers, Resources & Support
Support Websites

NCH Wig Boutique
Wig and Head-Covering Resources

Work & Cancer –Medical Leave
Quick guide to home the FMLA works with other laws and benefits
Expanded Quick Guide to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Quick guide to disclosure, privacy, and medical certification forms
Triage Cancer provides free education on the legal and practical issues that may impact individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers:
Cancer & Careers empowers and educates people with cancer to thrive in their workplace, by providing expert advice, interactive tools and educational events.

Additional Resources

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