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It Is OK to Be Afraid When Your Life Is at Stake
Breast cancer survivor says let's call a spade a spade: We are afraid our disease will kill us. But, there is help to manage that fear
Bear Huntin', Bone Marrow Transplants and My Brother Sam
How a total stranger from Tennessee turned out to be my brother.
Exercise Keeps Me Moving Through Cancer's Ups and Downs
It's simple, nontoxic and free. This cancer survivor shows you how to add a little lift to your life.
Living More and Refusing to Be Another Cancer Statistic
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
By cancer standards, 104 months is a long time, but for me, it flew by. As my oncologist has said about all of her patients, it is never long enough. I always want to write more, do more, travel more and live life more.
5 Ways to Feel Less Isolated After a Cancer Diagnosis
There are ways to bring a sense of belonging back to your world.
Conquering Grief Is Tricky, Yet Healthy for Cancer Survivors
Balancing grief and guilt can be tricky after the death of a loved one, says one cancer survivor.
Writing My Cancer Revisionist History: It's Long Overdue
Breast cancer survivor Carolyn Choate is glad she's taken the opportunity to reevaluate her cancer experience and see it for what it truly was. And is.
5 Things You Didn't Know About Male Breast Cancer (and Male Breasts)
Male breast cancer is rare, making it that much more important to recognize.
Chemo Veins or Pickles?
Chemotherapy can impact your veins and bruise egos.
The Second Chance I Will Never Have
This survivor regrets not being there when her mother passed away from metastatic breast cancer.
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