March 2nd 2024
This March marks 10 years since my diagnosis of de novo metastatic breast cancer and four years since my cancer has been stable.
March 1st 2024
Cancer is such a life-altering event, that it’s hard to fathom being able to forget all memories associated with it, but I did my best to make it happen.
February 29th 2024
I agree that cancer is portrayed very stereotypically in society, so here are some ways I think we can highlight the reality of cancer.
February 28th 2024
Writing poetry was something that got me through cancer and helped heal my soul.
In our issue of Heal Spring, we bring awareness to important topics, such as mental health after cancer treatment and how survivors can mend their minds.
February 27th 2024
Sociodemographic factors affect some survivors who may not have easy access to health care or healthy food, reducing their health-related quality of life.
February 26th 2024
Mental health after cancer treatment has not been talked about enough, experts say, so how should survivors effectively care for their minds?
December 20th 2023
Those caring for loved ones with cancer are “at risk for becoming overwhelmed or becoming so burdened to the point of exhaustion or being sick themselves,” one expert says.
I choose to stay positive and remain strong through my cancer treatment.
My late husband and I spent a week holding hands and talking, but between the darkness and his sleep mask, without eye contact.
February 20th 2024
After my treatment ended for triple-negative breast cancer, I thought I was done with cancer — and then I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
February 16th 2024
Spending a fourth of my life as a cancer survivor, I’ve learned a few lessons along the way.
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