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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
"How worried 'should' I be?", ponders one cancer survivor.
Barbara Tako
Connect yourself to items that can help you through your cancer journey.
Barbara Tako
Does your cancer diagnosis grow your patience and ability to live with change and cope with the unknown? Absolutely.
Barbara Tako
How do you trust your body when it has genetics that could give you cancer? Who do you turn to for support?
Barbara Tako
When and where to mention (or not mention) your ongoing cancer survivorship story?
Barbara Tako
Many people struggle with extra weight and cancer survivors often do it with extra helpings of fear and guilt. See if these thoughts can help!
Barbara Tako
Cancer survivors struggle to sort out "normal" signs of aging from symptoms of cancer's return.
Barbara Tako
Here are tips for fellow cancer survivors to clear out cancer paraphernailia but keep important medical records.
Barbara Tako
Cancerland is a frightening place to be for days, weeks, months and yes, even years. Turn that worry into something positive; reach out and be kind today and every day forward.
Barbara Tako
My genetic counselor told me that saving a blood sample allows you to designate access to it by family members for genetic testing for hereditary cancers years down the road. You can make a difference to help loved ones.
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