Our blog post today is about that one side effect that most of us seem to get. Chemo Brain. Some of us get it for just a few months, some have it for a few years, while others keep it for decades. It causes anxiety, stress, worry, and just is a terrible side effect to have to deal with. Today's blog post has more detailed information about what is causing this and what, if anything, can be done about it. Take a look at the post here>> Then, share with those people that wonder why you seem a bit "forgetful".

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It's hard to do but your energy and focus needs to be on fighting and surviving

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Do you think you can just decide what kind of day you're going to have and then have it? It seems like I wake up planning on having a good day and then things start happening that change that.

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Something to print off and post on your wall, mirror, car, where ever you need a boost.

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I get this quite often! They say low blood pressure, but mine runs high. What else would cause dizziness when getting up?

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Cancer does a lot to our bodies. It even gets the different parts to start arguing with each other!!

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We know that our friends, co-workers and family love us and want to help us, but sometimes, they don’t know what to say. They say something vague or insensitive without realizing that they missed the mark, and we end up feeling worse, instead of better. Here are some ideas you might share with your family and friends to help them understand how we feel. Click for the article

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All of us at WhatNext hope you are able to relax and recover this weekend. If you have questions or need support for an issue, there are always people ready to help. Enjoy the weekend!

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One out of every 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. This diagnosis is to men as breast cancer is to women (1 in 8). This is Men's Health Week, and this article on current facts and figures about prostate cancer is part of our coverage. Take a look, and please share with the men in your life. Click here for the article>>

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This is me for sure. I think I'm strong for making it through everything so far, but lord knows I'm tired too!

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