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You just got the worst news of your life…you have cancer. Now it’s time to pick up the phone and tell your closest friends and family members. Aisha shares how she created a "Code of Cancer" to help break the news.
A cancer diagnosis can be frightening and devastating for anyone, but research has found that cancer is more depressing for men than women. Whether you're a caregiver or just a friend, learn how you can best support a man in your life that is going through cancer. 
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After getting a chemo port inserted, one of the biggest challenges many patients face is sleeping comfortably. Read our guide on tips for sleeping with a port.
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Cancer patients often experience harsh side effects from chemotherapy, such as dry, sensitive skin. Here are 6 of the most hydrating chemo creams, all under $30!

From undergoing chemo to getting her eggs frozen, learn how Tamsyn navigated her cancer journey and learned to love her new scars.
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Get the inside scoop on our newest collaboration with Oscar de la Renta, a hoodie designed for treatment, errands, workouts, and everything in-between.
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"Chemo brain," aka cancer-related cognitive impairment, is a common side effect of chemotherapy. Taylor shares how she dealt with chemo brain and provides tips on how to cope.
Tiffany documents her journey of coping with her mom having breast cancer, from the day before she was diagnosed to the last day of her chemo.
"When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, it drastically changed my wardrobe." Here is Christie's ultimate wardrobe guide for common breast cancer treatments, surgeries and procedures. 
"I would always say ‘I’m fine’ I would put on a brave face for my friends and family, but I wish I had told them. We interviewed 21-year-old college student Thomas about his battle with cancer. Midway through his cycles, he learned that he was going to need an additional two months of radiotherapy and surgery to remove the tumor. 

Someone that I love has cancer, what can I do? From tips for helping at home to making treatment easier, Danielle shares her experience and chooses to become a helpful voice for all those undergoing cancer.

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