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How do you deal with the overwhelming terror of a cancer diagnosis?
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Dr. Ernest Bordini
Clinical Psychology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Coping counseling
A former resident and associate in our practice who trained in psycho-oncology at memorial sloan-ketterling in ny wrote a great article for our website on coping with cancer: http://cpancf.
Com/articles_files/psychologicalcopingcancer.Asp she now is in pratice in the s. Florida area.

In brief: Coping counseling
A former resident and associate in our practice who trained in psycho-oncology at memorial sloan-ketterling in ny wrote a great article for our website on coping with cancer: http://cpancf.
Com/articles_files/psychologicalcopingcancer.Asp she now is in pratice in the s. Florida area.
Dr. Ernest Bordini
Dr. Ernest Bordini
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Dr. Herbert Duvivier
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: One day at a time!
Cancer can be very frightening.
It is important to have a support group of people you can talk to about your situation. In addition, counseling may be helpful to give you additional coping tools. Lastly, get information. Use the library, your friends and the internet to learn about your cancer; supplement the information from the internet with your md's opinions; and keep your faith strong.

In brief: One day at a time!
Cancer can be very frightening.
It is important to have a support group of people you can talk to about your situation. In addition, counseling may be helpful to give you additional coping tools. Lastly, get information. Use the library, your friends and the internet to learn about your cancer; supplement the information from the internet with your md's opinions; and keep your faith strong.
Dr. Herbert Duvivier
Dr. Herbert Duvivier
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