Don’t Face Cancer Alone
Whether you are newly diagnosed with cancer, a long-time survivor, caring for someone with cancer, or a healthcare professional, there are many resources available to you. Here are some of them.
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RETURN TO INTIMACY
What can a fully impotent, chemically castrated, survivor of two cancers and his post-menopausal partner possibly share about sex, intimacy and relationships? Everything!
Whether your relationship is impacted by impotence, cancer or not, this groundbreaking book by Michael Russer and Jacqueline Lopez is your guide to profound relationship fulfillment. The authors have graciously made their book available to our CancerPartners clients at no charge.
THE MESOTHELIOMA CENTER
Mesothelioma is a rare cancer mainly caused by asbestos exposure that affects protective membranes surrounding the lungs, heart and abdominal cavity. The Mesothelioma Center provides free information and patient advocacy program that helps individuals find local doctors, treatment centers and support groups.
CANCER & SLEEP
Tuck.com has created an in-depth guide to the latest research on sleep and cancer; the sleep-related side effects of common cancer treatments; and ways to get a better night’s sleep while dealing with daytime fatigue, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, and other symptoms that patients with cancer might experience.
What You Need to Know Before Purchasing a Wig
To purchase a wig or not? This is just one of the grappling questions that many female (and some male) cancer patients face during the course of their treatment. We’ve compiled useful information, including resources in the Coachella Valley, that is a must read for anyone contemplating purchasing or borrowing a wig.