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It can be scary to tell your friends and family about a cancer diagnosis. You may feel nervous talking about the subject or unsure about how your friends and family will react. Here are some answers to common questions that may help you feel more comfortable about sharing your news:
Everyone has different coping styles, so prepare yourself if people do not respond the way you thought they would. Try not to not take anything personally. Once you move past telling others about your news, you can focus on your treatment, rest and recovery.
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