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A Cancer Survivor's Suggestions on Dealing With Chemo Brain
Breast cancer survivor shares how she approaches her ongoing chemo brain.
Good or Bad? With Cancer, It May Be Hard to Tell
Knowing that my sister gained remission gives me an immense bias, but ask the question, “Good or bad?” now and my answer may just be, “hard to tell.”
Think Before You Ink
Many breast cancer survivors choose to adorn their chests with beautiful designs in an effort to camouflage unsightly scars. Could this practice be dangerous to their health? Read one survivor's viewpoint.
Going the Extra Mile to Show You Care
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Sometimes a kind gesture can mean the world to someone going through a tough time.
'Cancerversary' and Looking Back on Lessons Learned
Some patients refer to this as their cancerversary. With two years in the rear-view mirror, I’m calling it my Everything-From-Here-On-Out-Is-Gravy Day.
What Does It Mean to Deal With Cancer Well?
Many people don't realize they are putting pressure on those walking though cancer to keep a good attitude. There are days we all need to be able to acknowledge that it can be difficult.
Do We Have To Explain Our Cancer Scars?
When we are in situations in which others will see our cancer scars, do we have to explain them or worry about what someone else thinks?
Finding Gratitude and Other Lessons Learned from Cancer
Cancer isn't only a horrible disease, she's a great teacher. Here are some of the lessons she's taught me along my journey.
Genetic Testing's Impact on Patients, Survivors and Previvors
Breast cancer survivor tries to make rational choices based on newer genetic testing results.
Should Cancer Survivors Prepare for a Possible Recurrence?
A recurrence is always a possibility for any victim of cancer, but should survivors expect a recurrence? If so, how can they prepare for that possibility?
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