Living with cancer

Living with the disease changes your routines, roles and relationships. It can cause financial worries and work problems. It can also change the way you feel and look, but it also can be the driving force to help you design a healthier and more mindful lifestyle while forming closer relationships with both new and old friends and family members. You likely have found a quiet strength within.

This section is focused on those receiving active cancer treatment. All treatment modalities involve a lot of details that require oversight. At times it can seemingly be too much.

Consider contacting Beacon Oncology Nurse Advocates if we can provide our services of guidance, coordination or monitoring the quality of your cancer care.



"Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, 'I will try again tomorrow."

- Mary Anne Radmacher