RESILIENCE helps you survive cancer with a strong heart


Chronic pain in oncology patients

Pain is a symptom that accompanies many cancer patients. Managing it in an appropriate and individualized way is essential to promote the well-being of the person during the disease. We have all experienced pain at some point in our lives. It is defined as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience,


Spain, pioneer in oncology research

Spain is one of the most powerful countries in cancer research. In recent years there have been many promising projects aimed at improving the lives of cancer patients. The aim of cancer research is to achieve a higher cure rate and prolong patient survival. In this task, Spain is a


What is non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL)?

Receiving a diagnosis of a disease like cancer is overwhelming. Although we all hear about this pathology frequently and know close cases of people who have suffered from it, often the information we receive about it is vague and diffuse. In addition, there are numerous types of cancer and each


Cancer myths (truths and lies)

There are many misconceptions about cancer. However, having accurate information based on scientific evidence is key to dealing with the disease. Nowadays we can access huge amounts of information at the click of a button. However, much of it is false or erroneous, so we often find ourselves deeply uninformed


How to cope with the communication of bad news

Bad news is part of life and we can’t avoid it. However, some guidelines can help to manage them. Everyone throughout life will at some point deal with the unpleasantness of bad news, because pain is a part of life and we can’t run away from it.  Of all the


The practice of sports in oncology patients

Cancer is often associated with a sedentary lifestyle and absolute rest. However, the practice of exercise adapted to each patient is key to promoting their health and progress. Regular physical exercise is one of the keys for a healthy lifestyle at all stages of life. Sport is an excellent ally

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Are you a patient participating in RESILIENCE? Here you will find useful information about the details of your participation, activities specifically designed for you. You will also be able to contact RESILIENCE researchers.

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