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Heal New Issue Alert: Fall 2019

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside our Heal Fall 2019 issue.
BY Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
PUBLISHED November 14, 2019
Here’s what’s inside Heal's Fall 2019 issue:



Our cover story explores The Secret Side Effect of Survivorship — survivor’s guilt. You’ll hear from two survivors who have experienced this burden and how they lighten their load following life after cancer.

Next, following two bouts with breast cancer, one woman learned she had metastatic disease. But she refused to let cancer win. How she turned fear into an inspiring one-woman show from Drawing on the Power Within.

And — we asked Heal readers, “What is the most important lesson cancer has taught you?” The answers? Well, they might just help you as you navigate cancer. Advice From People Like You within these pages.

To read these stories and more, you can find the latest Heal issue online.

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