Caring for a loved one with cancer is a role that often requires caregivers to wear many hats. In addition to providing emotional support for your friend or family member, you may also be responsible for a number of tasks that you have not done before. For some caregivers, switching into these new roles and schedules can be stressful. For this reason, many well-known cancer organizations have published guides on caring for a loved one with cancer. Those resources are listed below:

ASCOanswers Caregiving ebook
American Society of Clinical Oncology

When Someone You Love Is Being Treated for Cancer
National Cancer Institute

When Someone You Love Has Completed Cancer Treatment
National Cancer Institute

When Someone You Love Has Advanced Cancer
National Cancer Institute

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