Ongoing discussions - Cancer
- Telling patients to 'fight' cancer puts them under pressure
Cancer patients should not be told to “fight” their disease because doing so puts them under “exhausting pressure”, Macmillan Cancer Support has said. The charity warned that framing cancer
- What helps you to stay positive?
A lot of cancer patients and caregivers say that having a positive attitude is very important for general well-being and helps better cope with the diagnosis, as well as with treatment and its consequ
- How do you cope with the fear that the cancer will come back?
I was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. just finished my radiation therapy after having a lumpectomy and chemo. I am cancer free and happy. But even though I'm happy and relieved, there is still
- What treatments have you undergone for your cancer?
Hello, How are you today? I thought I would open this discussion that we can talk about the various treatments for cancer! As you know, treatment for cancer is very broad and depends on the type of c
- Any experiences with Prolia (Denosumab)?
As is well known, , even a short course of Chemotherapy can compromise a person's immune system. One aftereffect can be the onset of osteoporosis. One of the prescribed drugs is Denosusab (Prolia) Has
- Cancer and COVID-19: Do we need to shield after chemotherapy?
Is it necessary to shield after 3 months of chemo - I want to move back to my family x