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How To Cope With Holiday Stress & Depression & Colorectal Cancer

If you are in treatment, talk to your doctor about taking time off during the holidays or changing your schedule.

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Change in treatment schedule

If you anticipate feeling too wiped out following chemotherapy to enjoy holiday events, or are planning to travel over the holidays, speak with your doctor about altering the schedule around activities important to you. It may be possible to change your treatment schedule. 

Time off from treatment

Do not take time off from treatment without speaking with your doctor first.

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