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Voices

Khevin Barnes
When a cancer diagnosis is handed down a new commitment to the cancer journey is made, but for every patient, it's a different commitment with its own sacrifices, challenges and perspective. 
Shira Zwebner
Dealing with the challenges of health and wellness after cancer treatment is tricky enough, but managing it in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic is an even bigger obstacle. One survivor details how she tries to take it one wellness win at a time.
Kim Johnson
“Being a caregiver is a role that is defined by cancer more so than it is by the caregiver.”
 
Laura Yeager
Chemotherapy killed my veins, and quarterly blood tests won't let me forget that. How it's impossible to ever forget the changes cancer brings. 
Kathy Latour
One cancer survivor details protecting the story of other survivors from those who would sensationalize it.
 
Jane Biehl PhD
A cancer survivor describes the changes of going for treatment during the pandemic.
 
Barbara Tako
During Skin Cancer Awareness Month, one melanoma survivor reflects on her treatment and the preventive measures everyone should take to avoid skin cancer.
William Ramshaw
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is scary enough, but amid the COVID-19 pandemic it has even more challenges. But cancer survivors can help ease their worries by listening and sharing their experiences.
 
Bonnie Annis
Vitamin D is vital for anyone, but for people with cancer it can be especially vital even during social distancing rules.
 
Martha Carlson
It's not just time spent sitting in the lobby. Waiting is a way of life for people with cancer.
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