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Together’s Life After Cancer Section Helps Survivors Navigate Life After Treatment

by The Together Team June 6, 2021

Cancer affects many aspects of people’s lives, even after treatment ends. To help navigate, Together created a set of resources to answer questions survivors may have.  

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Music Therapy is an effective form of integrative medicine therapy

How to Talk to Your Pediatric Oncologist About Integrative Medicine to Manage Side Effects

by Holly Spraker Perlman May 19, 2021

Childhood cancer patients and families look to different sources when experiencing side effects. Integrative oncology uses safe and effective methods to help patients and families manage side effects.

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Workplace Protections May Help Young Adult Cancer Patients and Survivors

Keep Up the Good Work: How the ADA’s Workplace Protections May Help Young Adult Cancer Patients and Survivors

by Shelly Rosenfeld May 5, 2021

If you’re a young adult affected by cancer and concerned about its impact on your job, you’re not alone. The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other workplace protections may be able to help.

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Self-care During A Pandemic Lessons Learned After 1 Year of COVID-19

Self-Care During A Pandemic: Lessons Learned After 1 Year of COVID-19

by Michael McNeil April 20, 2021

This past year has been difficult. However, we have also had the opportunity to learn new skills that will hopefully help us as we move into the future.

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Teens&20s Mini-Site Created for Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Patients, Survivors

Teens&20s Mini-Site Created for Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Patients, Survivors

by The Together Team April 7, 2021

We created the Teens&20s mini site to answer questions asked by adolescents and young adults affected by cancer.

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Podcasts Are Meaningful, Interesting Way for Teens, Young Adults to Pass Time at Hospital During Cancer Treatment

Podcasts Are a Meaningful, Interesting Way for Teens, Young Adults to Pass Time at a Hospital During Cancer Treatment

by Sarah Daniels March 24, 2021

Whether you’re spending time in a waiting area, an infusion room, or in your car commuting to and from the hospital, you deserve to claim every minute of your time in a way that is meaningful and interesting to you. Enter: podcasts.

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