Health News You Can Use: How to support someone with breast cancer

October 21, 2021

When a patient receives a cancer diagnosis, it impacts them physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Their support system plays a crucial role in their cancer journey. Dr. Kadie Harry, Licensed Psychologist with Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute, talks about how a loved one can provide support for a family member or friend diagnosed with breast cancer and what the most important thing a support person can do.

To learn more visit Saint Luke's Supportive Oncology and Rehabiliation Services.

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