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A survivor “pays it forward” by stressing the importance of knowing your risks.
One thing cancer survivors seem to have in common is a capacity for resilience and an ability to take the challenges a cancer diagnosis brings and channel them into something positive.
Sleep disorders are finally getting the attention they deserve.
The group Facing Our Risk of Hereditary Cancer Empowered (FORCE) is spreading the word to patients, survivors, and their families about a network that’s collecting real-world information from people affected directly or indirectly by hereditary cancer risk.
I’m a knitter. A cancer survivor, yes, but also one of those people who is absolutely, and completely, obsessed with making things with sticks and pretty string.
Does drinking a lot of coffee reduce colon cancer recurrence risk? Possibly.
I led a fairly charmed life up until about the age of 29. Life just always seemed to work out for me. I was the gal who had a flat tire 100 yards from the tire shop.