It’s disruptive and distressing to lose things all the time, whether from cancer-related cognitive deficits, dementia, overload with life stress, grief, or any other reason. Here are some tips to decrease the risk of losing thingsRead More
The challenges of life after cancer may include “losing things” all the time. This is not the occasional losing things of healthy busy people, but a pervasive problem with losing things throughout the day, every day.
Losing things can be a big deal during and after an illness like cancer. Besides disrupting your day, losing things may…Read More
What’s the big deal about yet another cancer walk? To answer, let me take you back to 1993.Read More
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Susan Gubar opens her latest post on the NYTimes Living With Cancer blog with “I’ve been lucky that most of my care is delivered with tenderness.” The “most” signals…Read More