I keep barking on about how in life, everyone needs to know that they are cared about, writes Sara. But that is because it is so important to show someone that you care about them when they have been diagnosed with cancer. A cancer diagnosis turns your world upside down and overnight you can become scared, emotional, vulnerable and anxious. Having friends and family step up and show kindness is a lifeline that can carry you through from diagnosis to the end of treatment (and importantly, beyond).
This list is based upon the blog post that I did in January 2018 about how to help someone going through breast cancer.
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Updated August 2021
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