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University of California San Francisco Medical Center: “Breast Cancer Self-care and Recovery: Lifestyle Changes.”
OncoLink/Penn Medicine: “Women’s Guide to Sexuality During & After Cancer Treatment.”
Living Beyond Breast Cancer: “Methods of Self-Care to Deal With Stress and Anxiety,” “Metastatic Breast Cancer: Guide for the Newly Diagnosed.”
Cancer Treatment Centers of America: “Laughter therapy,” “Addressing sleep problems in cancer patients,” “Nine ways to relax.”
National Cancer Institute: “NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms: Laughter Therapy.”
Sleep.org/National Sleep Foundation: “Scary Ways Technology Affects Your Sleep.”
Northwestern University: “Natural Light in the Office Boosts Health.”
Cancer Today magazine/American Association for Cancer Research: “Your Cancer Guide: Asking for Help,” “Your Cancer Guide: Friendships Lost and Found.”
Mayo Clinic: “Breast Cancer: Self Management: Coping and Support.”
Breastcancer.org: “Exercise During and After Treatment,” “Scarves, Turbans, Hats and Makeup,” “Music Therapy,” “Healthy Eating During Treatment,” “Planning Meals While You’re Having Treatment,” “Designing a Healthy Eating Plan.”
Cancer Prevention & Treatment Fund: “The benefits of exercise after getting diagnosed with cancer.”
Susan J. Komen Breast Cancer: “Support for People with Metastatic Breast Cancer,” “Music Therapy.”
CancerCare.org: News release.
Ford Warriors in Pink: “2016 Ford Warriors in Pink Survey Highlights,” “A good day starts with a clean house.”
Cancer Research UK: “Everyday life during chemotherapy.”
Macmillan Cancer Support: “Getting prepared when caring for someone with advanced cancer.”
NHS Choices: “Personal hygiene for cared-for people.”
American Cancer Society: “Caring for Your Appearance During Cancer Treatment,” “Managing Cancer as a Chronic Illness.”
Cancer Support Community: “Caregivers.”
Cancer.net/American Society of Clinical Oncology: “Clearing the Clutter: Tips for Organizing Medical Information.”
Reviewed by Minesh Khatri, MD on March 07, 2017
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