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Here is a collection of stories about real families that have faced some of the same issues that now face your family.
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Coping with the Diagnosis: the
Coping with the Diagnosis: the Broadband Modem
This video is about dealing with the shock of a diagnosis with cancer. Emotions felt by the patient, siblings, family and friends run the gamut from fear to anger.
Be a Part of the Team
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Beating cancer requires EVERYONE to give their support. You will need to lean on each other to get through this difficult time. While sometimes it feels easier to turn inwards to cope, it is important to depend on others.
Getting Help
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There are many resources and programs to help deal with the experiences and cost of cancer.
Brothers and Sisters
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You brother is sick with cancer. You have many questions. Watch this to see how you can help in this tough time.
Keeping Relationships Together
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Relationships are strained by the reality of cancer. Here's how to do your best to keep those crucial ties strong with friends and family.
Moving Beyond Cancer
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I'm in remission. What now? Live life to its fullest. A healthy lifestyle will help prevent a relapse and many other health problems.

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