For many of us, 2020 has certainly changed how we live our lives in unexpected and challenging ways. Social distancing, mask wearing and staying at home may at times create feelings of isolation, sadness and frustration. Add a cancer diagnosis into the mix, and things can really change.

As an oncology nurse navigator, I have the honor of supporting and walking with women throughout their cancer journeys. There are three observations I’ve learned from these incredible women that I would like to share today for those who find themselves coping with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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