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These online videos are accessible for you to watch in the comfort of your own home at a time that is convenient for you by visiting the provided link.


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Coping with Common Side Effects: Managing Sleep Health

Having trouble sleeping? There can be many different causes for sleep disturbances. The speakers in this lecture review what the different sleep disturbances are and how to manage them. Presented by Cancer Support Community.

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/frankly-speaking-about-cancer-webinars


Managing Long-Term Financial Concerns

Cancer Support Community offers a menu of personalized services and education of expenses and resources for those affected by cancer and their families.

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/frankly-speaking-about-cancer-webinars


Coping with Common Side Effects: Nausea and Vomiting

Side effects of cancer and its treatments can include nausea and vomiting. The speakers in this webinar address the different types of vomiting as it correlates to treatment, and how to manage your symptoms. Presented by Cancer Support Community.

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/frankly-speaking-about-cancer-webinars


Managing Immunotherapy Side Effects

The speakers in this lecture discuss immunotherapy and the importance of patients knowing its side effects. Presented by Cancer Support Community.

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/frankly-speaking-about-cancer-webinars


Balancing Work and Cancer

The speakers in this webinar discuss the concerns one might have returning to work with a cancer diagnosis and how, when and with whom to share your diagnosis. Presented by Cancer Support Community.

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/frankly-speaking-about-cancer-webinars


Resilience – Thriving Not Just Surviving

Join Triage Cancer for a special webinar on resilience and the power to not just survive after a cancer diagnosis but to thrive. Living life resiliently requires a balance of many things and is far from effortless. Not unlike a garden, cultivating resilience requires intention, patience and effort which allows us to grow.

https://vimeo.com/252242020


Fostering Resiliency in Families Facing Cancer

Resilience is defined as, “an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change”. While some people have a natural ability to “bounce back” from challenging situations, most of us need help in navigating something as serious as a cancer diagnosis. Learn how to engage your natural strengths, pull together specific resources, and build new skills to create a stronger and more resilient family. Presented by TriageCancer.org.

https://vimeo.com/270758274


Cancer Nutrition Tips & Truths

In this session, we will cover topics including popular nutrition myths, 5 core truths about nutrition and cancer, nutrition tips for managing side effects, and what to eat for optimal well-being for cancer survivors during and after treatment. Get your questions answered as Julie coaches you through facts, truths and practical methods to decide what’s right for you! Presented by TriageCancer.org.

https://vimeo.com/255122722


Working Through Treatment

Once you have decided to work through treatment, it is important to create a plan and think through the various steps that you can take to make the process as smooth as possible. The webinar will cover: What and whom to tell when disclosing a cancer diagnosis in the workplace, workplace laws that protect patients at both the federal and state levels and how to use them, how to arrange reasonable accommodations in the workplace under the ADA, and practical strategies to manage treatment side effects and modify their schedule in the workplace. Presented by Cancer & Careers.

https://www.cancerandcareers.org/en/community/events/webinar-treatment


Plant Based Eating for Cancer Survivors-Do’s and Don’ts

A plant-based diet has been shown to improve health, help your body function at its best, and save money! Many cancer survivors and cancer caregivers have heard that plant-based eating is recommended, but they aren’t sure exactly what it means or how to know if they are doing it. While plant-based doesn’t mean you have to exclude meat, it does mean including plenty of disease-fighting plant foods. Watch this fun and informative webinar to learn practical and tasty ways to transition to more plant-based meals. Presented by TriageCancer.org.

https://vimeo.com/256779287


Coping with Anxiety & Depression

Topics that are discussed is this webinar include: disease treatment and the social and emotional side effects, distress, diagnosing depression and anxiety, as well as treatment options. Presented by Cancer Support Community.

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/frankly-speaking-about-cancer-webinars


Coping with Common Side Effects: Hormone Therapy Side Effects

This webinar discusses common side effects associated with hormone therapies that include but are not limited to: hot flashes, memory problems, bone loss, sleep disturbances, fatigue, and body images.

https://www.cancersupportcommunity.org/frankly-speaking-about-cancer-webinars


Don’t Drown in Medical Debt

Medical debt can have wide-ranging consequences that negatively affect your credit and your future. In this Webinar, Monica Bryant, Esq., COO at Triage Cancer will share strategies to: avoid medical debt before you find yourself in over your head, reduce medical debt once it starts to add up, and shift and prioritize your regular expenses. Presented by TriageCancer.org.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHL6RvgF6Fs&feature=youtu.be


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