Taking Care of Yourself as a Lung Cancer Caregiver | American Lung Association

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Taking Care of Yourself as a Lung Cancer Caregiver

During a loved one's cancer journey, all of the focus is on their needs. However, caregivers need support too. Balancing your loved one's needs with your own can be difficult. By seeking support and focusing on your own health, you can keep well and be a better caregiver.

Self-Care Tips

Consider ways you can take care of yourself during this stressful time.

Caregiver Communities

Connect with others to help ease the burden of caregiving.

Grief Support

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    Reviewed and approved by the American Lung Association Scientific and Medical Editorial Review Panel. Last reviewed November 19, 2017.

    Page Last Updated: March 13, 2018

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