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My man has cancer and I don't know what to do anymore?

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Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology
4 doctors agree

In brief: See your doctor.

The first step is probably to see your doctor. Your doctor can at least give counseling, and support.
Many hospitals/cancer centers can also help with specialized doctors, along with other services to comfort and address concerns the patient and family might have.

In brief: See your doctor.

The first step is probably to see your doctor. Your doctor can at least give counseling, and support.
Many hospitals/cancer centers can also help with specialized doctors, along with other services to comfort and address concerns the patient and family might have.
Dr. Joseph Woods
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Dr. Carlo Contreras
Surgery - Oncology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Get help & advice

Helping a loved one deal with a new cancer diagnosis can be difficult.
While you are helping out, you need to make sure you aren't neglecting your own health (physically, spiritually and emotionally). Here is a place you can talk to somebody to get some guidance: http://www.Cancercare.Org/counseling.

In brief: Get help & advice

Helping a loved one deal with a new cancer diagnosis can be difficult.
While you are helping out, you need to make sure you aren't neglecting your own health (physically, spiritually and emotionally). Here is a place you can talk to somebody to get some guidance: http://www.Cancercare.Org/counseling.
Dr. Carlo Contreras
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