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What you need to know about COVID and Cancer

COVID-19 Pandemic: What You Need to Know to Stay Safe and Reduce Your Risk

by Amelia Baffa March 31, 2020

COVID-19 pandemic is an invisible enemy, its cunning, and an expert in adaption. This is a list of what you need to know to stay safe and reduce risk.

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COVID-19: The Unexpected Trigger

by Megha Agarwal March 25, 2020

In light of the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), social distancing has become a norm all across the globe. Cancer survivors, like me, who underwent extensive chemotherapy are pros at social distancing.

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COVID-19

by Elephants & Tea March 23, 2020

With social distancing in place due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we wanted to make sure we provide you, the cancer community, with resources to keep you all informed on the latest with COVID-19 and online support groups from Elephants and Tea and the fantastic organizations we partner with. Please feel free to share this with […]

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Stupid Cancer Webinar: COVID-19 Concerns

by Nick Giallourakis March 19, 2020

There is widespread concern about COVID-19 and the particular risks for the AYA cancer community. Dr. Steven Pergam, Director of Infection Prevention at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, to answer questions and help spread good information.

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What Beating Cancer Taught Me About the Fear of COVID-19

by Beth Reed March 17, 2020

Trauma is triggering, in whatever form it comes, the flashbacks, the physical sensations, the memories and most of all the reality.

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COVID-19 and Cancer Patients

COVID-19 and Cancer Patients

by Jennifer Anand March 16, 2020

Self-isolation. With COVD-19, that’s what I’m hearing from everyone now. Aldi was completely sold out of meat, and almost of veggies. Sam’s Club was sold out of rice. Everyone, of course, is sold out of toilet paper.

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Social Isolation for a week with cancer

One Week of Social Isolation

by Whitney Hadley April 6, 2020

After one full week of physical distancing and isolation, I’ve noticed a shift in my mood and generally how my body feels right now. Friday was a hard day emotionally. Saturday I felt on edge and almost hungover from my emotions on Friday. Sunday I napped. Hard. As Ron Burgandy would say, I was in a “glass case of emotions”!

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Social distancing and new normal

Social Distancing, Isolation and How to Survive Our New Normal

by Whitney Hadley March 26, 2020

With the arrival of COVID-19, we’ve all relearned the important basics we were taught when we first started going to school. Wash your hands. Don’t touch your face. Cough and sneeze into your elbow. Stay home if you have a fever. As cancer patients and survivors, this was all hammered into our minds while in […]

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Seven Year Cancerversary: An Isolated Celebration

by Jennifer Anand March 18, 2020

Seven years. I’ve looked forward to today basically all of 2020 so far, as I do every spring. In the dreary winter and rainy spring months, March 18th is the day that I live for, and defines the first quarter of the year for me. But I’m spending it so differently from what I had planned, as I’m sure you are.

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