How To Balance Cancer Treatments With Living Your Life

You have cancer.
These three words can completely shake your world.

Whether you saw the diagnosis coming or the news was a complete shock, you and your loved ones potentially feel a weight drop onto your shoulders. A new cancer diagnosis can often feel overwhelming, as though the disease and treatments will soon take over your life.

But there is help and you don’t have to go through this process alone. Livio Health and Minnesota Oncology can be great sources to lean on—for cancer patients, for caregivers, and for families managing this new stage of life. You have access to knowledgeable experts that can help you understand the impact of treatment and resources to support you through your physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being.

Learn More About Coping with a Cancer Diagnosis with help from Livio Health and Minnesota Onoclogy.



No topics.


Recent Posts

March 22, 2023

On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Jones discusses his experiences caring for younger people with colorectal cancer, and why you should talk to your health care team about screening for colorectal cancer by age 45, or sooner if you're at higher risk.

March 15, 2023

I'm 46 and had my first colonoscopy last month. The doctor said everything looked good, although he removed a few polyps. Can you explain what a colon polyp is and if should I be concerned?

March 8, 2023

Whatever your age, there are 5 other steps you can take to avoid developing colon cancer, the third-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S.