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Anxiety and Cancer

By Cecilia Acosta

Anxiety is a natural response to a cancer diagnosis, whether for ourselves or a loved one. Our bodies engage a flight, fight or freeze mechanism that can become overwhelming. As chronic anxiety can lead to fatigue and depression over time, it is important to find stress-relieving techniques that work for you.

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