Palliative care isn’t just for cancer patients. The palliative care team can support your family and caregivers as well as you during your cancer treatment.… Read More »What does palliative care during my cancer treatment do for my family caregivers?
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While pain relief is important, relief of other symptoms such as nausea, fatigue and shortness of breath also may be a part of your palliative… Read More »Does palliative care help me with more than cancer pain?
When you’re a cancer patient, every day matters. To ease your symptoms and stress, you may receive palliative care, if appropriate, right from the time… Read More »When can I receive palliative care during my cancer treatment?
When you’re considering palliative care as part of your cancer treatment, consider these criteria for deciding whether it’s right for you. How severe is your illness?… Read More »How do I decide whether to seek palliative care as a cancer patient?
According to experts at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, palliative care is “ease without curing.” Its focus is improving the quality of life for… Read More »What is palliative care and what does it mean for me as a cancer patient?
If you’re a cancer patient, you should apply for disability benefits as soon as you become disabled, according to social workers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer… Read More »When and where should I apply for Social Security disability?
Supplemental Security Income guidelines are set by the federal government for all 50 states, according to social workers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. Income may… Read More »Does your income qualify for Social Security disability? What cancer patients need to know
Social Security pays benefits for a medical condition that is expected to last for at least a year, or may result in death. Supplemental Security… Read More »Do you qualify for Social Security disability as a cancer patient? 5 tests