March 20, 2019
Coping With Cancer When You’re Single
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is always hard. But when you’re single or living alone, it can sometimes be even more difficult. You might be used to doing things on your own if you don’t have a partner or spouse. However, now isn’t the time to try to go... read more
February 20, 2019
Moving Forward: Your Survivorship Care Plan
You’re a cancer survivor who’s about to finish treatment, and it's very likely you’re elated. Yet at the same time you may wonder—and worry—about questions like these: What’s next? Are there things I need to do differently now when it comes to taking care... read more
February 20, 2019
5 Keys to Self-Care During Cancer Treatment
Treating cancer is more than having surgery, chemo, or radiation. It’s also about taking care of yourself during a stressful time and finding some respite from what can feel like an all-encompassing disease. “I’ve had patients say to me, ‘I just want a... read more
January 17, 2019
Where You Start Your Cancer Care Matters
A cancer diagnosis means lots of big decisions. One of the most important is where you choose to receive care. Location and insurance can play a role. But studies have shown that beginning treatment at a facility that specializes in cancer can really... read more
December 21, 2018
Patient and Family Advisory Council Paves the Way To a Better Patient...
Patients and their loved ones are at the core of everything we do at Fox Chase Cancer Center. That’s why some of our most trusted advisors can be found in our Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). The history of the PFAC Patient- and family-centered... read more
November 13, 2018
Finding the Right Words to Talk About Cancer
When someone we know is diagnosed with cancer, many of us don’t know what to say—and fear saying the wrong thing. Suddenly, we’re speaking in metaphors. We talk about warriors and survivors. They’re heroes fighting a cancer battle. Cancer patients... read more