“I’ve Always Wanted to Shave My Head” & 11 Other Things NOT to Say to Someone With Cancer

Published Jan 24, 2021

“I’ve Always Wanted to Shave My Head” & 11 Other Things NOT to Say to Someone With Cancer

People mean well, but often their words to those fighting cancer can be more hurtful than helpful. Here are some things not to say.

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