Many cancer patients experience mental clouding or fogginess during and after treatment, but there are strategies for treating and coping with such symptoms.
- Emotional Health
Find tips for achieving emotional health and balance after treatment has ended.
- Exercise and Cancer
Physical activity offers far-reaching benefits for cancer patients and survivors. We also offer exercise information specific to breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and prostate cancer.
Learn tips and strategies for coping with persistent tiredness during/after treatment.
- Helpful Tips for Taking Your Medication
As a cancer patient or survivor, you may need to take certain medications to maintain your long-term health.
- Menopause Symptoms
Hot flashes, night sweats, sleep disturbance, and other menopause symptoms can be common for breast cancer patients and survivors, but there are ways to address the problem.
- Mental Health Services
Learn how a mental health professional can help you address the common challenges of living with a diagnosis or being in survivorship.
- Mindfulness Resources
Find a list of websites, smartphone apps, books, and CDs to help you relax and manage stress.
- Nutrition and Healthy Living
Staying active and eating a balance of nutritious foods can help boost your immune system and maintain your overall health.
Read our Social Work team's teaching sheet about navigating diagnosis/treatment conversations with your children.
- Peripheral Neuropathy
Learn how to cope with this nerve problem, which can cause symptoms such as numbness, weakness, cramping, tingling, burning, or pain.
- Quitting Smoking
Anyone can benefit from kicking the habit, but it may be especially important for cancer patients and survivors.
- Resources for Cancer Survivors
Find groups and organizations to help you learn more about survivorship and resolve any problems you may have.
- Sexual Health for Women and Sexual Health for Men
Some types of cancer treatment can affect sexual functioning; learn how to address these issues.
- Sleep Problems
If you have problems falling asleep or staying asleep at least three nights a week for longer than one month, you may have insomnia -- learn how to address it.
- Swallowing Problems
If you were treated for head and neck cancer, you may benefit from tips to deal with swallowing problems (also known as dysphagia).
- Vasomotor Symptoms
Learn how to handle symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, and sleep disturbance, which can be common for cancer patients and survivors.
- Weight Management
Find out how to use e-resources and other support programs to help you maintain a healthy weight.