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The responsibilities of being a caregiver are complex and can feel overwhelming at times. It is also one of the most rewarding things you can do, despite its challenges. Here we provide tips to ensure that you become and remain a successful caregiver for your loved one with anal cancer.read more
Volunteer Thrivers can help their fellow thrivers learn more about their treatment and treatment side effects, become their own health advocates, and be more aware of what life is like after treatment. Thriver Volunteers empower them with the resources, information and emotional support to thrive. Volunteer today!read more
Frequently Asked Questions
- Private: Do ACF Volunteers help people at any cancer stage and/or post-treatment?
- Private: What issues do support seekers (Thrivers and Caregivers) discuss with Volunteers? What kind of help can Volunteers give?
- Private: What communication methods do Thrivers, Caregivers and ACF Volunteers use?
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