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Heal New Issue Alert: Spring 2019

Here’s a sneak peak at what is inside Heal’s Summer 2019 issue.
BY Katie Kosko and Brielle Benyon
PUBLISHED August 14, 2019

Here’s what’s inside Heal’s Summer 2019 issue:

Financial toxicity has become an additional burden to cancer survivors. The cost of care continues to rise as newer therapies come into play. In this issue, you’ll hear from two survivors who felt the distress of medical bills piling up and how they dug their way out of debt. Plus, we offer resources that patients and survivors can turn to.

Next, after she lost her husband and sister to cancer, Katie Couric turned her pain into purpose by becoming a major advocate for advancing cancer research. In an interview with Heal, she shares life’s “new normal” and the “Advice to her Younger Self”.

And — “Beat Lasting Side Effects” with food! The authors of the Living Kitchen offer up easy-to-make meals and snacks that can help fight sore mouth, depression and fatigue.

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