When people with cancer undergo treatments, the focus is on them and their needs. Yet cancer often affects more than just one person. In many cases, it’s the entire family, and especially the caregivers – who are also significantly impacted by the experience.
Caring for a loved one with cancer comes with a lot of responsibilities.
To help you manage, we’ve put together information about many of the supportive roles carers take on.
This includes how to manage medications, communicate with your loved one’s healthcare team, and deal with legal and financial issues.
Learn more about how to be supportive as a carer.