You may have concerns about being able to live at home after cancer treatment. Perhaps you have a temporary or permanent physical change or a broader need for assistance with health and personal care. read more
Now available in print or electronic versions, the Livestrong Guidebook is a companion for cancer survivors as they navigate the physical, emotional and practical concerns they may have during their
A counselor provides a safe and non-judgmental environment where you can talk about your concerns. A counselor won’t solve your problems for you. You'll be guided through a process of learning and read more
With so many things to worry about while battling cancer, paying for your prescriptions shouldn't be one of them. We've partnered with Glic Health to help.
You will need to prepare legal documents to tell others what you want done during a health crisis or after death. Here is an overview of the important legal decisions to consider and how to find help read more
Talking with people you can relate to will help you manage the physical, emotional and practical challenges cancer brings. Make an effort to meet others who have been affected by cancer. There are read more
Not all cancer patients experience pain during treatment. However, some need to have pain managed by their health care team. Every experience is different. If you have pain, talk to your health care read more
A wide range of support services are available to help you, both during and after cancer fighting treatment. See the chart below for some of the common services. read more