• By Laurel J. Kelly

Living With Cancer: Relationships

August 4, 2017

two young women embracing and smiling at one another, one with a scarf on her headRelationships and metastatic breast cancer
Dealing with metastatic breast cancer can add stress to any relationship. But having supportive relationships can make a big difference in your day-to-day life and emotional health. Here are some thoughts from Dr. Timothy Moynihan, a Mayo Clinic oncologist, about keeping your relationships and support network strong.

What is lung cancer screening?
Lung cancer screening is used to detect lung cancer in otherwise healthy people with a high risk of developing the disease. It's recommended for older adults who are longtime smokers and who don't have any signs or symptoms of lung cancer. Learn more about lung cancer screening and whether it might be right for you.

Cancer survivors: Late effects of cancer treatment
Late effects of cancer treatment are side effects that become apparent after your treatment has ended — sometimes years later. Not everyone who has cancer treatment gets each of the late side effects. Some may not experience any aftereffects of treatment. Learn more about what you might expect after you've had chemotherapy, radiation or surgery.

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