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Cancer Fears: How Are You Going To Get Through This?
A two-time, nine-year cancer survivor offers some suggestions to newly diagnosed cancer survivors.
Not My Choice
Think you're in control of your healthcare team? A recent experience reminded this patient that though it's her body, others may not consider her in charge of its care.
Waiting for My Mammogram
One breast cancer survivor shares the whirlwind of emotions that accompanied her while sitting in the waiting room.
When asked how they are, patients with cancer often find it simplest to say that they’re fine. Unfortunately, that may be far from the truth.
Life with cancer presents endless challenges and suffocating anxiety, but it's taught me a valuable lesson about relationships.
Depression and Cancer
Depression is a common side effect of cancer. In this post, survivor Bonnie Annis shares her insights regarding popular game show host, Alex Trebek, during his battle with pancreatic cancer and depression.
With a Song in Their Hearts
Helping children with life-threatening illnesses find the joy in music that's created just for them.
Dealing with Your Flow After Chemo
One survivor shares her experience with the unexpected gynecological challenges she struggled with after cancer treatment.
Nothing Is All Bad, Even Cancer - Maybe Especially Cancer
A two-time cancer survivor shares the good that eventually came from her cancer experiences.
Counting the Days of Chemotherapy
Sherry Ballou Hanson
I was never any good at math, but I can count. So I learned to live by this bit of information by counting the days that passed after my treatments for ovarian cancer.
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