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Guide On How to Talk to Cancer Patients and Survivors


Do you know cancer patients and survivors? Having a hard time talking to them? Believe it or not, for many people, it’s pretty difficult, even awkward, to find the right words to say. However, expert psychologists recommend embracing the awkwardness. Likewise, they also recommend approaching the topic head-on. “The biggest challenge with talking to people who have cancer is that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach,” says Teresa.  Dr. Teresa Deshields is a psychologist and director of supportive oncology for the Rush Cancer Center. “So, meet the person where they are by respecting their situation and their comfort level discussing their…

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