• By Laurel J. Kelly

Living With Cancer: Take a break from your diagnosis

January 27, 2017

a smiling older woman holding up a knitting project, against a wall of yarn and craft suppliesTake your mind off cancer for a while
Cancer changes almost every aspect of your life, especially immediately after diagnosis and during treatment. You're reminded of your diagnosis regularly. One of the most significant ways to help may be to take your mind off it ─ even just for a little while. Here are some ideas for taking a break from your diagnosis.

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