Wednesday, March 9, 2011

About Cancer: When Cancer Affects Intimacy

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From Lisa Fayed, your Guide to Cancer
Sometimes it seems like cancer is an old tree whose roots get tangled into everything. Cancer affects just about every aspect of a person's life and intimacy is not excluded. It is important to stay close with your partner during treatment.

Keeping the Intimacy Alive When You Have Cancer
A diagnosis of cancer can add a complex new dimension to the sexual side of human relationships. From the emotional impact of diagnosis to the side effects of treatment, cancer affects sex in a myriad ways.
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Should You Tell Your Employer That You Have Cancer?
In these uncertain economic times, should you tell your boss that you have cancer. If so, here's how to do it.

Financial Assistance for Cancer Care
Cancer imposes heavy economic burdens on both patients and their families. Read what resources are available.

Throwing Out Your Old Meds? Read This First!
Not all meds should be flushed or tossed in the garbage. For your health and the safety of others, learn how to properly throw out your old medication.


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