Tips for Coping with COVID-19

A Resource for Cancer Survivors and Caregivers
May 5, 2022
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Title page: Tips for Coping with COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge us to find new ways to interact as a society and within our communities. As someone affected by cancer—in treatment, after treatment, or as a caregiver--you may have questions or concerns about how to keep yourself and your loved ones as healthy as possible during this unprecedented time. While the GW Cancer Center does not endorse any particular product or services, below are resources that may help you and those you love while practicing Social Distancing and Sheltering in Place.

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Latest Resources

June 9, 2022
During this moderated discussion on engaging survivors in comprehensive cancer control coalitions, our panelists had a lively conversation about recruiting methods, engagement, and overcoming barriers.
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This updated webpage from the National Cancer Institute summarizes the research linking overweight and obesity to the risk of some cancers and discusses how obesity affects cancer survivors.
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This webpage from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides suggestions for sun protection.