As a cancer survivor, you have unique needs. A Survivorship Care Plan is an important tool for managing your ongoing care, and Journey Forward wants you to have one.
For some people with cervical cancer, treatment may remove or destroy the cancer. Completing treatment can be both stressful and exciting.
Anorexia is an involuntary loss of appetite that is present in up to one-half of newly diagnosed patients with cancer.
Anxiety is an emotional or physiologic response that can affect decision making, impair treatment adherence, and affect quality of life.
Mental impairment can occur at any time during cancer: before diagnosis, during treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation, and well after treatment.
Depression is a common symptom for many people with cancer.
Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms experienced by people with cancer. It can be part of the disease process or its treatments, and it can persist after treatments are completed.
Hot flashes develop as a sudden sensation of heat and flushing of the skin, followed by a subsequent drop in your body's core temperature.