The word Cancer is evocative in the extreme and getting through breast cancer is tough. When I was a newly-qualified doctor, the medical profession used a series of euphemisms for it. This way, we could talk about a patient’s illness in front of them, without them understanding the horror of what we were saying.
We would like to give a big thank you to A Mum’s Review who wrote a very comprehensive review of our gift for children with cancer.
Whilst researching for our two books (What to say to someone with cancer and How to treat someone newly diagnosed with cancer, both to be launched late 2021) we found an overwhelming number of people with cancer disliked being told to be brave.
Christmas traditionally thought of as a happy time can bring its own challenges at the best of times. Having cancer can cause these challenges to increase. Here we discuss ways to cope with Christmas when you have cancer.
Christmas can be busy and hectic at the best of times. Here are ten tips to help you help your friend with cancer over Christmas.
So you have found out that a friend, colleague or loved one has cancer. What do you do now? The easiest thing is to not deal with it, just ignore it until you hear they are better or worse. And there are many people who do just that, simply because they do not feel that they know how to react or possibly because they don’t want to face it. But this is the worst thing you can do for someone who might need you right now. Helping a friend with cancer does not have to be difficult.
None of us expects to get cancer. Cancer is what happens to someone else.
We Came Up With These Top Four UK Charities And Voluntary Groups That Will Give You Free Cancer Gifts If You Have A Cancer Diagnosis.
We have put together 6 gift ideas for a chemotherapy survivor. Including items for comfort, pampering and celebration.