Stress is a natural response in stressful situations, but in the long term, it can affect your immune system making it harder for your body to fight off cancer cells.

While it’s normal to experience stress during cancer treatment, it’s important to take care of your emotional well-being. Finding ways to reduce stress, such as mindfulness meditation or therapy, may help you cope with cancer better.

To read more on this topic: Evidence Emerges Showing External Stressors Adversely Affect Cancer Outcomes

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