Cancer doesn’t happen in a bubble. It isn’t delivered neatly packaged in a box with a bow. And when a patient goes to treatment, he or she doesn’t just drop off the bad cells and go about their business -- the whole body gets treated. Beyond what’s happening to the body, friendships, marriage, daily dealings with co-workers and interactions with children can all be affected by a cancer diagnosis. The Foundation understands this and can help people prepare for changes and manage life’s tough times. Learn five ways the Foundation can help cancer patients get the emotional support they need.