The support of friends and family is important as you walk through a cancer diagnosis, but I’ve seen an entirely different value to when a patient gets to speak to someone who’s BEEN in their shoes before.  Whether it’s a family member, friend of a friend or someone in a support group; the value of a “me, too” in these circumstances is priceless. Patients and their loved ones can find this kind of support in a cancer support group.

There are many different aspects and factors to consider when looking for a support group. So, weigh what is most important and appropriate for your needs. Find out what to look for in the full article at Apex Benefits.