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Voices

Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Many federal employees and their dependents may be anxiety about paying their medical bills.
Barbara Tako
My genetic counselor told me that saving a blood sample allows you to designate access to it by family members for genetic testing for hereditary cancers years down the road. You can make a difference to help loved ones.
Laura Yeager
I'll look less like a woman, but I'll feel more like one.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
I am a person who always was able to sleep and would generally be out before my head ever hit the pillow. Now I found myself tossing and turning for hours at a time.
Martha Carlson
Winter can aggravate this chemotherapy side effect that causes hands and feet to feel numb, tingly and painful.
Jeannine Walston
Since being diagnosed, I've learned a tremendous amount in my journey.
Kathy LaTour
Magic that occurs when we write.
Barbara Tako
Travel choices can be healthy, if a bit nerve-wracking, for a cancer survivor.
Bonnie Annis
For those facing cancer, encouraging words can often be good medicine.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
The show, “New Amsterdam” features a medical director of a hospital who has cancer. He talks honestly about his cancer journey. One of the statements he made to a colleague was, “Cancer changes everything – and nothing.”
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