Maximize Information, Minimize Stress After a Cancer Diagnosis

Find out the guidelines for your specific type of cancer, ask questions, and don’t hesitate to get a second opinion.

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News that you have cancer can be overwhelming. Feelings of anxiety, sadness, and confusion are completely normal. The shock of the diagnosis also can affect your ability to process information

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