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Gary Stromberg
Some of the greatest doctors in the world were responsible for my survival and recovery from acute myeloid leukemia…but the Three Stooges, W.C Fields, Abbott and Costello, Laurel and Hardy and The Marx Brothers played a major role as well.
Barbara Tako
There I was with my freshly darkened skin in the mirror (after a beautiful day out in the sun). What was I thinking? Oh yeah, I wasn’t thinking.
Khevin Barnes
A male breast cancer survivor learns the true meaning of the word "advocate."
Diana M. Martin
There are resources available to help you cope with financial stress of cancer, whether it's you or a loved one facing the disease.
Jane Biehl, PhD
A survivor makes some suggestions on how to approach people battling a loss or serious illness.
Felicia Mitchell
As patients with cancer are among those who are prescribed opioids for pain management, being mindful of news and of shifting policies during the opioid crisis goes along with survival.
Barbara Tako
My heart silently shouts "Come back to me," to the loved ones that I have lost.
Martha Carlson
Blood clots are more common in people with cancer than in those without, and new guidelines urge knowledge.
Bonnie Annis
Cancer causes people to experience a wide range of emotions, even long after completing treatment. Among the most common is survivor’s guilt. Learning to understand this phenomenon can allow survivors to exchange their guilt for gratitude.
Khevin Barnes
A guy with a rare form of cancer ponders the significance of being obscure.

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