Video: Coping with Brain Cancer

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Patients and their caregivers struggling with a cancer diagnosis and treatment don’t need to be religious to tap into their own spirituality, says Jane Mather, a chaplain at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She encourages patients to engage in any activity they find meaningful and to reach out to a number of people — including clergy, social workers, cancer survivors, and counselors — for emotional support.