There’s no perfect checklist or class on what it takes to be a cancer patient’s care partner. A care partner can be many different things depending on your situation and the needs of the patient.
The most successful care partners have one thing in common. They arm themselves with knowledge.
Whether you are advocating for tests and treatment, providing an empathetic ear, or balancing your own emotional and physical needs, knowledgeable care partners are empowered care partners.
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Knowledge is the key to successfully navigating this journey. Knowledge is your superpower.
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