Coping

A diagnosis of pancreatic cancer requires a patient to adapt to many life changes. The disease is accompanied by a wide range of new, and sometimes difficult, emotions, various physical symptoms, and numerous decisions regarding care. While the disease, and its treatment, can be stressful, there are a few things a patient can do to better cope with the disease.

Learn more about the Psychosocial Oncology Program at The Pancreas Center »

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