Cancer doesn’t just affect your body; it may also affect your mind.
A cancer diagnosis may trigger feelings of depression and anxiety. It may change your relationships with your spouse, family and friends. And treatments, such as chemotherapy, may take a toll on your ability to concentrate.
Dr. John Kenny, Psychiatrist, answers your questions, and offers ways to cope.
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