What it’s like to have a family cancer and what you can do to help others

The word ‘family’ has been used in relation to cancer in different ways.

A person with cancer may have a mother, father, sibling, friend or relative.

They may also have aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.

All of these people will be impacted by the illness they will have.

The term ‘family members’ can also refer to the family members of those who have cancer, as well as those who are still alive, including children and grandchildren.

The word family has also been used to describe the people who share a common home, such as a parent, spouse, children, parents and grandparents.

In reality, people have many different kinds of family.

They include extended families, cousins or aunts/uncles.

Some people are not connected to a specific person by blood.

This can include non-blood relatives.

There are many different ways to share family and care for your loved ones.

A family will be different for each person, but there are certain things that you can try to help them survive.

You can: help those who need it to survive

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