There are so many questions for both patients and caregivers outside of cancer medical treatment. From how to deal with hair loss to how to get pregnant after chemotherapy, here are some of the most pressing topics and the most popular advice shared by our The Patient Story community.
Multiple myeloma is a rare form of cancer that occurs in the plasma cells. Read real experts talk about what myeloma is, its diagnosis and treatment options including new CAR-T cell therapy, proteasome inhibitors and more.
If you want to look into newer treatment options, it can be hard to know where to start. The FDA has several different approval processes. Here’s a guide for you to help you know what questions you can ask your doctor.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer and are unsure how to go about telling your friends and family, read stories from real cancer survivors who share their experiences on how they broke the news.
Leaving the hospital after a surgery or course of treatment can evoke a variety of emotions. Hear from real cancer patients about how they were feeling when they went home and the support that’s available when you leave the hospital.
It’s cancer. How should you be feeling? That’s a complex question without a single answer. Hear from real cancer survivors about how they reacted to their diagnoses.
If someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer and you want to help but don’t know how, don’t worry. Here are gift ideas from real-life cancer survivors of things you can bring or do to help out.
Read advice from real cancer survivors about how to advocate for yourself during your cancer treatment.
Hear how cancer patients dealt with hair loss after chemotherapy and what some of them used to help growth after that loss.
There’s no clear way to know what is best to say to someone with cancer, but there are some basic guidelines to help make your words and actions matter. Hear what helped and what didn’t from the patients themselves.
Whether you continue working or take time off during treatment, there are many questions new cancer patients face when it comes to their job. Here's what survivors had to say about dealing with work during chemo, radiation, and more.