Ekata, a CancerCare client diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia shares a meditation on time.
After losing their beloved mentor and friend Molly Chernofsky to lung cancer, the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom joined the Lung Cancer Walk for Hope to help others like her.
For the fifth year in a row, Stella and her team “Strides for Steve” are joining CancerCare’s 14th Annual Lung Cancer Walk for Hope to make a difference for anyone affected by lung cancer.
For more than 30 years, October has been recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with the goal of increasing awareness and raising funds to support research.
CancerCare attended the third annual Pediatric Melanoma Summit to provide supportive workshops to pediatric melanoma patients, their siblings and their parents.
CancerCare social worker Maria Chi discusses how cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques can help people cope with cancer.
Children, parents and caregivers came together to meet other families coping with cancer and engage in relaxing, therapeutic and fun activities.
“As a caregiver, finding ways to cope is very challenging,” says Donna. “At the beginning, it seems impossible. Going to counseling at CancerCare made me realize I could get through it.”
The following blog post was written by Stefanie Dinneen, a dedicated supporter of CancerCare, and was republished here with her permission.
The CancerCare LegalHealth Clinic is available to cancer patients and caregivers living in New York City’s five boroughs who are seeking legal advice on an issue related to a cancer diagnosis.