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Doris Cardwell
I certainly was not used to people talking about my body all the time. "Are they taking your breast off?" several women asked. What? Who asks that question? If you do, you shouldn't.
Khevin Barnes
A cancer survivor searches for the right way to bid farewell to a dying friend.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
It takes a village to support someone through a cancer diagnosis.
Dana Stewart
I call it cancer motivation. Whenever I get annoyed about doing something that's not my favorite, like a long 10K race, I think about surviving cancer and those that did not. It becomes my motivation to take a breath and enjoy each second.
Felicia Mitchell
When life deals you the cancer card, make your own deck with special role models to help you remember how strong a person with cancer can be. Sometimes little reminders to ourselves in our best handwriting can help us through a rough patch.
Justin Birckbichler
If you're using your 'cancer following' to gain fame or profit for yourself, I ask you to reconsider.
Bonnie Annis
Learning to live life with lymphedema is challenging. The life changes it presents can cause many negative emotions. but you don't have to loathe life just because you have a chronic medical condition.
Doris Cardwell
Life as a cancer survivor can feel like a balancing act. One day you may be dancing with joy, and the next you might be struggling with fear. Support and understanding can come as we help people around us understand the struggle.
Ryan Hamner
A cancer survivors take on comments regarding cancer.
Barbara Tako
Don't get stuck hanging out at the stop sign, advises a two-time cancer survivor.
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