In these two “Moving Forward” videos from ASCO and the LIVESTRONG Foundation, learn about this common side effect from medical experts and young adult survivors.A cancer diagnosis often brings concerns about how long your life will be.In these two “Moving Forward” videos from ASCO and the LIVESTRONG Foundation, learn more from medical experts and young adult survivors about keeping the lines of communication open so you get the support you need.Create your own personal space to tell us about yourself and your cancer experience, share photos, audio, etc., start an online journal (blog), contribute resources, and more.In addition, your doctor will ask about your level of fatigue throughout treatment and recovery. Before creating a treatment plan, your doctor will look at several factors: Fatigue history.These questions will help you describe the fatigue to your health care team: Other health conditions.The CSN community is full of knowledgeable, kind, and caring people you will want to get to know.You must be a registered member and logged in to enter our chatrooms or to post to the discussion boards.
Cancer-related fatigue is different than feeling tired after not getting enough rest.
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