With You, Right Through

Your guide to coping with cancer – before, during and after the treatment journey

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and
convenience, but where he stands at a time of challenge and controversy.”
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Remember that cancer does not define you – you can beat cancer by taking control and defining the way you live life with cancer. Treat every day that you challenge and survive cancer as a victory.

As a cancer patient,

you might be coping with
treatments, their side effects and
the implications of all that is
happening to you

As a caregiver,

you might be coping with the effect of
cancer on your loved one and
experiencing your own emotions and

Your ability to rally on and your survival instincts change and evolve throughout your cancer journey. This is what coping is all about. You face and conquer several challenges – medical, physical, or emotional. Different people embrace different coping mechanisms, and some ways of coping may be more successful in promoting your emotional well-being and psychological adjustment than others. Embrace the methodology that works best for you.


Undergoing cancer treatment is immensely difficult. You may find that the treatment affects not only your physical and emotional well-being, but also your relationships and social well-being.

Effective care while undergoing cancer treatment goes way beyond dealing with the disease itself. It is common to have many different emotions when you have cancer; there is no right or wrong way to feel. In this section we help you cope with issues such as self-image and the fear of treatment-related side effects. Read more

The physical side effects of cancer can be overwhelming. If you are living with cancer, this section will help you learn to cope with pain, fatigue, appetite change and more. Read more

In addition to emotional and physical challenges, cancer can sometimes take a toll on your relationships with your family and friends. In this section, we help you cope with changes in your relationships and provide you with effective strategies to make your journey a little easier. Read more


If you are caring for a spouse, parent, family member or friend with cancer, there may be a lot on your mind. It can be overwhelming to manage different practical issues and responsibilities, while simultaneously managing your own emotions.

Caring for a loved one can be extremely demanding and emotionally draining. It is critical to look after your own well-being during this difficult time. This section provides information on managing your own feelings and staying healthy while being a caregiver. Read more

It can be very hard to see your loved one struggle with the physical side effects of cancer treatment. This section provides information about how you can help your loved one cope with pain, fatigue, appetite change and more. Read more

The added financial stress on the cancer journey makes it an anxiety-ridden experience. This section focuses on helping you understand the costs of cancer treatments and helping you chart your financial plans. Read more


The first step in the cancer care journey is to understand what you are dealing with. By subscribing to the Solis Knowledge Portal, you will make the crucial first step towards:

  • Being empowered and prepared to tackle your own cancer journey
  • Playing an active role in the care of your loved one

At Solis Health, we aim to help anyone touched by cancer navigate the difficult world of care. The Solis Knowledge Portal provides you with the tools and information you need to understand your cancer journey, make informed treatment decisions and take control of your life.

The content on the Solis Knowledge Portal has been exclusively licensed from renowned organizations such as the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and carefully curated, keeping the Indian context in mind. The Solis Knowledge Portal also features an inclusive community forum for patients and caregivers to connect with like-minded individuals who have been through the same difficult journey.

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