I hope this doesn't sound like a shameless plug, but I thought you'd be interested to hear about Cure Magazine. Published four times a year, Cure focuses on cancer updates, research and education. In the next issue, coming out this summer, you will also find an article quoting me.
You can subscribe to receive Cure at home for free if you are a cancer patient, survivor or caregiver living in the United States. The Spring Issue has articles on cancer side effects, how diet affects you, new treatments for bladder cancer, work and cancer issues, genetic testing, how to find reliable cancer information online, mindfulness meditation and more.
The article I was interviewed for deals with anger during treatment. This is a subject I know well and wrote about in an earlier post. That post hit a nerve with a lot of readers, at least one of whom thought the discussion should be about "cancer rage." It seems that wherever you are in your cancer journey, anger is a recurrent issue.
I've found that the early cancer issues of anger, stress, loneliness, and fear don't go away just because treatment is completed. That's why it's a good thing to read, talk and share information. If you're interested in this resource, you can subscribe to Cure Magazine now. See you in the summer issue!