Caring for a Parent with Cancer
It’s estimated that about 38% of Americans will get diagnosed with cancer at some point. The majority of these diagnoses are for people are older with the median age of 66 years. (National Cancer Institute)
This means many of the people searching for information about treatments are caregivers, most who are related to the patient. Below you’ll find stories specifically from an adult child-caretaker.
“A critical ingredient we need throughout our lives in all circumstances is hope. Hope can exist and persist even when a cure is not possible. You can attach hope to anything.”