Pocket Guides

Cancer is a complex journey that impacts several areas of a person’s life. Our resources explore evidence-based practices that help support mind, body and spirit throughout the cancer journey.

Teens and New Adults Cancer Tool – My Treatment, My Life

Teens and new adults have a number of unique challenges during their cancer journey. This tool helps walk through topics that are vital in for those 15 to 22 years […]

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Young Adult Cancer Tool – My Treatment, My Life

Having cancer as a young adult comes with a number of unique challenges. This tool helps walk through topics that are vital in the cancer journey for those 23 to […]

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Young Adult and Teen Cancer Pocket Guide

Health-care providers and researchers know that adolescents and young adults, or AYAs, face unique challenges. These are mostly related to dealing with a disease during the life stages where you would normally focus on building your adult life through school or training, work, relationships, and family. It's important to have a strong understanding of the impact cancer can have on these age groups.

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Financial Impact of Cancer Pocket Guide

If you or a loved one are diagnosed with cancer, financial worries may be the last thing on your mind. This pocket guide is designed to help you assess your situation, spot financial pitfalls, and avoid what many health-care providers call “financial toxicity.”

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Cancer and Sexual Health Pocket Guide

Your sex life doesn’t have to end when you are diagnosed with cancer. What’s likely, though, is that it will change, just as it changes with other life events. Cancer has physical, mental, and emotional effects on your sex life. It’s important to emotionally prepare for the changes that may occur and eventually adjust to the change that you have experienced because of cancer treatment.

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The Pocket Guide to Cancer and Spirituality

Our Pocket Guide to Spirituality and Cancer reveals that while you may feel alone in grappling with spiritual questions, most people with cancer do this.

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