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    Cancer Support Community
    As a caregiver for a loved one with advanced cancer, there may be a few things you want to do.
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    Cancer Support Community
    As you try to support and help the person you love, you must also think about your own needs. It is not selfish to think about yourself. In fact, it is important that you do so. Caring for yourself is a necessary part of being a caregiver.
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    Cancer Support Community
    Watch a brief video of Shelda, a caregiver, as she discusses the importance of developing a caregiver support plan.
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    Cancer Support Community
    Watch a brief video of Sheri, a caregiver, discussing the many roles of a caregiver.
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    Cancer Support Community
    Watch a brief video of Sheri, a caregiver, as she shares the value of finding time for yourself as a caregiver.
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    Cancer Support Community
    Hear from Sheri as she discusses the need to take and keep good notes as a caregiver during doctor visits.
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    Cancer Support Community
    A cancer diagnosis extends to spouses, partners, siblings, children and friends. Find out what is involved in becoming a caregiver.
  • Source:
    American Cancer Society
    Caring for someone with cancer and taking on new responsibilities can be time consuming. Check out these lists to identify strengths and weaknesses you can build on or improve.
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    American Cancer Society
    Good communication helps you, as a caregiver, express yourself, let others understand your needs, and understand the needs of the person with cancer.
  • Source:
    American Cancer Society
    One of the first steps after being told someone you love has cancer will be learning about their diagnosis. This will help you understand the disease process, and get an idea of what lies ahead.
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    American Cancer Society
    Caregivers may be partners, family members, or close friends. Most often, they’re an important part of the care team.

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