The Policy Brief is designed to link research, policy and practice. We examine current policy issues that affect children, youth, and families, and provide research-based information and recommendations.
A new book provides families with information to understand and help loved ones diagnosed with cancer.Blending research and stories from cancer survivors, family caregivers, and social workers, the book shows how diverse families have coped with and foundmeaning from the illness. It also provides help finding financial assistance, support groups, and counseling. Together, the book’s authors offer insight into how a cancer diagnosis affects co-survivors and hope for managing the treatment process within families.