Tag Archive: depression and cancer

Depressed cancer patients less likely to recover well after treatment

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I came across a study last week from Macmillan Cancer Support and the University of Southampton, which reveals that people with depression are significantly less likely to recover well after treatment for colorectal cancer… Continue reading

Blogging For Mental Health

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As soon as I saw this, I had to join in! Mental health affects everyone and everything we do. Yet, mental health is a topic many don’t feel comfortable discussing. Today, May 16,… Continue reading

I’ve “beaten” cancer, so why am I so sad?

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As regular readers know the theme of mental health is one close to my heart and it is one I return to again and again. As cancer survivors, many of us have struggled… Continue reading

Jerry Remy talks of his depression after cancer

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As cancer survivors, many of us have struggled with that unexpected feeling of depression and loneliness that surprises us after treatment is finished. I say unexpected and surprises, because for many of us… Continue reading