During our 2020 Annual conference, Incyte shared the results from a 700 patient survey.
The survey found that the quality of life for patients with cholangiocarcinoma is heavily impacted by a host of symptoms and side effects, including depression that may be severe.
"Feelings of depression are common when patients and family members are coping with cancer. It's normal to feel sadness and grief. Dreams, plans, and the future may seem uncertain. But if a person has been sad for a long time or is having trouble carrying out day-to-day activities, there is reason to be concerned." - American Cancer Society
This week we'd like to offer 5 reliable resources to help navigate through depression.
If you find a good resource that would help others in this trying time please send it to us . We will share relevant information with our community. The cancer community knows more than most about social distancing and self-quarantining, help us educate the wider community about how to stay safe and how to make others safer.
Please remember, we are here for you.