Pronunciation: (KAYR-gih-ver)

A person who gives care to people who need help taking care of themselves. Examples include children, the elderly, or patients who have chronic illnesses or are disabled. Caregivers may be health professionals, family members, friends, social workers, or members of the clergy. They may give care at home or in a hospital or other health care setting.

Source: NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms

2009-11-13Family Caregivers in CancerFamiliares a cargo de pacientes de cáncer