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  • Cancer Related Fatigue Facts

    Update 01.03.2017

    Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) is a persistent feeling of physical or emotional exhaustion related to cancer or cancer treatment.

  • Coping with Cancer Related Fatigue

    Update 06.03.2016

    People with cancer are at risk for malnutrition and other problems resulting from either the cancer or treatment side effects. Eat a balanced diet that provides sufficient calories, protein, vitamins and minerals, especially iron.

  • Coping with Chemobrain

    Update 06.03.2015

    Help manage chemo brain by telling family, friends, and your health care team about it. Let them know what you are going through. You may feel relieved once you tell people about the problems you sometimes have with your memory or thinking.

  • Dental and Oral Complications of Cancer Treatment

    Update 09.16.2016

    Cancer patients have a high risk of oral complications. Many cancer treatments, including chemotherapy and radiation, can affect an individual’s dental and oral health.

  • Each New Day

    Update 04.01.2012

    This booklet can help you identify what you need to know and do to cope with your diagnosis, treatment and recovery.

  • Fertility Facts

    Update 11.01.2014

    This fact sheet can help you understand how blood cancers and treatment for blood cancers can affect fertility.

  • First Connection Program

    Update 09.13.2018

    This brochure describes LLSC's First Connection Program where patients or caregivers connect with a trained volunteer.

  • Food and Nutrition Facts

    Update 03.15.2017

    A healthy lifestyle plays a key role in keeping the body strong, supporting the immune system (the cells and proteins that defend the body against infection) and reducing risk for some diseases, such as certain kinds of heart disease and some types of cancer.

  • LLSC BC/Yukon Region Blood Cancer Resource Guide

    Update 08.15.2017

    This resource guide has been developed to make it easier for those affected by blood cancers (patients, family or other caregivers) to access a complex healthcare and social service system and find the services to match your individual situation and style. This guide is a "work in progress", not a complete list, and you comments and suggestions are welcome.