Stage 4 Cancer
Questions About Stage 4 Cancer
Cancer and Relationships
- How can we support my brother-in-law and his family through the last stages of cancer?
- How do you care for a loved one recovering from cancer without making them feel helpless?
- How do you handle angry outbursts?
- Is refusing cancer treatment a selfish act?
- How do I deal with caregiver anger from my brother?
Coping With Chemo
- Use a Personal Fan to Combat Nausea
- Cancer Treatment and Nausea: What You Can Do
- Nausea: Helping Someone With Cancer Maintain Appetite and Weight
- Suck on Zinc Lozenges to Combat a Bad Taste in the Mouth
- Butterscotch Candies Ease "Tinny" Mouth From Chemo
- Use a Child-Size Spoon for Swallowing Problems
- Give Liquids Before Meals to Prevent Nausea
- Serve Small Portions on Large Plates to Control Nausea
- Be Wary of Consuming Too Much Ginger to Combat Nausea
- Keep Someone Undergoing Chemotherapy Well Hydrated to Combat Nausea
Caregiving at Home
Long-Term Residential Care
- Alzheimer's / Other Dementias
- Broken Hip / Falls
- COPD / Other Lung Ills
- Dental Care
- Drug and Alcohol Dependency
- Drugs / Medications
- Foot Care
- General Health
- Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy
- Pain Management
- Parkinson's Disease
- Sexuality & Relationships
- Urinary Tract Infections
End of Life
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