Being a caregiver for another is hard, add to that the reality that your life is hundreds of miles away from the one needing help. This is a great article dealing with exactly that issue

Support loved ones by showing up, by listening, by sending gift certificates or gift baskets that help take their mind off the disease. Asking how to help is not enough.

It doesn't matter who you are but the cancer patient that has that special someone they can always call who will understand, not judge, not criticize and just support is the perfect "Champion"

A cancer diagnosis brings out cheerleaders all trying to pour positive thoughts all over you. Sometimes that is not what's needed.

I survived and my friend did not, WHY? I don't feel as sick as some of the other people I see, WHY? Great article looking deep into the real emotions that come from surviving cancer

Very tender look at a cancer diagnosis given to a friend. How do you feel? what do you do? how can you help? What do you say? Great article from the perspective of a "TRUE FRIEND"

What not to say to cancer patients! Amy hung up the phone, and looked at her husband. “You know, if I had a penny for every time someone told me that I was too young to have cancer or God will see you through this or…

A trusted pet is usually a positive influence in the healing process of cancer. This article explores 6 ways having a pet is therapeutic and enhances the healing process regardless of what type of cancer you are battling at the moment. Let’s face it just having a friend that...

Without a shadow of a doubt, I can tell you - I am now, and will forever be, grateful I was diagnosed with cancer. I used to pray that God would take this from me. Now I pray that he will allow me another day to fight. Another day...

Writer and Author Sophie Sabbage, masterfully discusses the sensitive issue of cancer and kids. How much information is too much and what is too little. Great insight...