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Cancer as a Family Disease

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Telling Your Children

When informing family of your diagnosis, you should also discuss treatment plans.

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Talking to Your Family

A group of breast cancer survivors talk about what it was like to tell their spouses and children about their diagnosis and treatment plans.

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How Cancer Affects the Family

Francis Lewis, R.N., M.N., Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Seattle sits with Elissa Bantug to discuss how a breast cancer diagnosis affects the entire family.

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Making a Plan for the Family

Francis Lewis, R.N., M.N., Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Seattle sits with Elissa Bantug to discuss how families can make a plan to get through treatment and survivorship together.

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Communicating Long Term Survivorship to Our Loved Ones

Francis Lewis, R.N., M.N., Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Seattle sits with Elissa Bantug to discuss how breast cancer survivors can communicate their feelings about when treatment ends.

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How Children Cope

Francis Lewis, R.N., M.N., Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Seattle sits with Elissa Bantug to discuss how children cope when breast cancer is diagnosed in the family.

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How to Speak to Children

Francis Lewis, R.N., M.N., Ph.D. from the University of Washington, sits with Elissa Bantug to discuss how to speak to children regarding their fears and concerns during and after a mother’s breast cancer diagnosis.

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Dad Getting His Needs Met

Francis Lewis, R.N., M.N., Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Seattle sits with Elissa Bantug to discuss how husbands and fathers can still get their needs met during and after a wife’s breast cancer treatment.

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When Professional Help May Be Suggested

Francis Lewis, R.N., M.N., Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Seattle sits with Elissa Bantug to discuss when a social worker or psychologist may be suggested for a child after a mother’s diagnosis.

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