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August 25, 2016
Focusing on recurrence after a cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be.
BY BONNIE ANNIS
August 25, 2016
The facts and figures of what the trajectory of a melanoma diagnosis looks like.
BY JEN SOTHAM
August 25, 2016
While cancer may be a part of a survivor's identity, there are other aspects, too.
BY BARBARA TAKO
August 25, 2016
Will AFIB come back during the third chemo cycle?
BY EDWARD MCCLAIN
August 24, 2016
Where do you store your issues, tension, stress and emotion? And what are you doing to release it so it doesnít turn into something worse?
BY STACIE CHEVRIER
August 24, 2016
Greg continues his treatment journey for GBM.
BY GREG CANTWELL
August 24, 2016
I remember that moment feeling like I was in the middle of a fire, and it was going to eat me alive. But it did not. I found a way to get up; I found a way to rise up.
BY KATE BELAND
August 22, 2016
After being diagnosed with cancer, one of the biggest goals is completing treatment for good. What do you do in that moment when your oncologist says he doesn't need to see you anymore?
BY DANA STEWART
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