Dealing with Depression, Anxiety or Emotional Ups & Downs
The information in this guide will help families, friends, and caregivers know what feelings and behaviors they may expect from a loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer. presents a workshop on post-treatment emotions of depression and sadness by Elizabeth McKinley, MD, MPH, Stewart Fleishman, MD and Guadalupe Palos, RN, MSW, DrPH

Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Feeling sad, lonely, or irritable after cancer treatment is common, but these feelings can become a problem if they interfere with daily life, says Karen Fasciano, a psychologist at Dana-Farber.

Living Beyond Breast Cancer
A guide to understanding the emotions associated with a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment

Living Beyond Breast Cancer
Provides information on how to cope with cancer related anxiety and depression in young women