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A group for family or professional caregivers who are supporting someone with cancer. Share resources, ask questions, get support from others like you. This is a public, open group for anyone to join who is currently, or has been, a caregiver to someone with cancer.


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Hello! I am posting to share an opportunity for children aged 6-18 years old who have been affected by a parent or caregiver’s cancer. I am an Outreach Coordinator at Camp Kesem at the Univer...
  • Thu Jul 16, 2020 ·
I'm Sue M, and I support someone with cancer
It is hard for Freinds to get what you are dealing with because until it happens to them or a loved one they don't understand the day to day stress it has on your life . When you see someone and ...
  • Sun Jul 23, 2017 · Like1
I'm Jack, and I support someone with cancer
Does anyone have first hand knowledge of this treatment? My wife is looking to go to Germany to have Dr Drevs perform the 3 week treatment on her Pancreatic Cancer that spread to the Liver(it was s...
  • Sat Apr 15, 2017 ·
Hi, I'm Bonnie U.
I have heard of a group called Chemo Angels that might give you some ideas. They suggest cards, little gifts etc that you know would be meaningful to your friend. I have Lymphoma that at this time...
  • Sun Apr 10, 2016 · Like1
Becky, You are part of the caregivers support group, not a door mat, I always say when someone is diagnosed with cancer, all the family that is supporting is going through it with you. You need to ...
  • Thu Feb 11, 2016 · Like1
My name is Terry Carlson. I'm writing a memoir about my best friend's amazing journey with cancer.
Hi Barbara, I will pray for you and your husband. Where do you like to travel? My wife and I live in Washington and we just returned home from driving a moving truck to Florida. My son-in-law w...
  • Thu May 23, 2013 · Like1
Created Jul 29, 2011
Marc Silver, breast cancer caregiver and author of the book, "Breast Cancer Husband", discusses the many lessons learned through his experience as a cancer caregiver in this six minute video. His c... more
Updated Nov 11, 2010
About: Learn how to deal with the fatigue, anxiety and depression that often comes along with the responsibility of care-giving. You’ll hear why it’s important to take time for yourself and to shar... more
Updated Nov 12, 2010
About: Tools, worksheets and tips on how to plan, prepare and succeed as a caregiver. Location: national Organization: AARP Phone: 888-687-2277 Email: type: supportive services... more
Updated Nov 12, 2010
About: Information on what to expect if you are caring for someone with cancer, as well as tips on taking care of yourself. You'll also find checklists that can help caregivers spot signs of anxiet... more
Updated Nov 12, 2010
About: This guide offers general information about caring for a person with cancer at home. It lists the more common problems people with cancer experience, signs of problems you can look for, and ... more