16 Things Cancer Patients Are Afraid to Tell Loved Ones

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For those who have love ones with cancer

'One of the misconceptions is where the stress is coming from,' says Monica Bryant, Esq., chief operating officer for nonprofit cancer survivorship organization Triage Cancer. 'It’s not just the physical disease, it’s all these other things.' Treatment and the physical effects of cancer are just part of the pressure of dealing with a serious illness. Cancer survivors worry about taking time off work and the financial effects of that, plus they need to figure out how to take care of their families. Don't believe these cancer myths.