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Cancer does not just affect your body, it can also affect your mind and emotional well-being. Feelings of depression, anxiety, and fear are common -- but there is hope. The experts in our Collaborative Care Program offer caring relationships and a variety of mental health services to support you before, during, and after cancer treatment.
Symptoms Managed by Collaborative Care
Our Collaborative Care Services Team can help provide individualized treatment plans for patients experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Anxiety and stress – a constant and persistent feeling of worry, nervousness, restlessness, stress, and fear.
- Depression and sadness – a feeling of deep sadness or guilt, extreme fatigue, difficulty concentrating, a loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed.
- Insomnia – difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
- Irritability – feelings of anger, annoyance, and frustration.
- Changes in appetite – A loss of interest in eating or overeating.
While it may be normal for a patient to experience these feelings at some point during their treatment, it is especially important to seek help if these symptoms are interfering with your life and daily activities.