10 Ways to Help a Friend With Cancer

When a friend is diagnosed with cancer, your first reaction may be, “How can I help?” However, answering that question may be difficult. Some friends may be public about their health, and about what they need, while others may be more private.

This post from Care.com offers up some good tips on how you can help a friend with cancer, particularly if that friend is a young mom.

http://www.care.com/child-care-10-ways-to-help-a-friend-with-cancer-p1017-q16102117.html

 

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