Living With Cancer, Fear of COVID-19, & the Holiday Season Can Increase Stress Levels Which Can Impact Treatment

Published Nov 20, 2020

Living With Cancer, Fear of COVID-19, & the Holiday Season Can Increase Stress Levels Which Can Impact Treatment

The holiday season combined with COVID-19 can be stressful for anyone. Add cancer into that equation, and the anxiety can be unbearable. Experts talk to SurvivorNet about how stress impacts treatment, and shares ways to relax.

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