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Barbara Tako

Barbara Tako is a breast cancer survivor (2010), melanoma survivor (2014) and author of Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools–We'll Get You Through This. She is a cancer coping advocate, speaker and published writer for television, radio and other venues across the country. She lives, survives, and thrives in Minnesota with her husband, children and dog. See more at www.cancersurvivorshipcopingtools.com,or www.clutterclearingchoices.com.
Barbara Tako
A two-time cancer survivor explores her thoughts on aging.
Barbara Tako

This two-time, nine-year cancer survivor is grateful for her therapist.

Barbara Tako
Cancer can switch you to a different track but does not necessarily derail you, says a two-time cancer survivor.
Barbara Tako
Nine years out from breast cancer and four years out from her melanoma, this cancer survivor still combats her fatigue.
Barbara Tako
There I was with my freshly darkened skin in the mirror (after a beautiful day out in the sun). What was I thinking? Oh yeah, I wasn’t thinking.
Barbara Tako
My heart silently shouts "Come back to me," to the loved ones that I have lost.
Barbara Tako
Longer-term cancer survivor shares strategies to cope with the appointments, tests, and results that always seem to be looming on the horizon.
Barbara Tako
This longer-term two-time cancer survivor admits that if she could do it over again, she would spend less of her life letting worry sit in the driver's seat.
Barbara Tako
A two-time cancer survivor suggests what life after mid-life can be, even for cancer survivors.
Barbara Tako
This survivor shares the benefits of finding a local cancer support group or individual as she laments the retirement of her own cancer support group leader.
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