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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 fellow cancer survivor mourns the passing of Kathy LaTour.
Barbara Tako
A breast cancer survivor reflects on the double mastectomy and reconstruction process two years out from beginning the process.
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.
Barbara Tako
A breast cancer survivor celebrates her 10-year "cancerversary" during the global pandemic and finds ways to feel grateful.
Barbara Tako
Even with an injured trust in the world, it's important to remember the lessons that help us move through cancer and other life traumas amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Barbara Tako
All of us could choose to practice gratitude instead of judgment during these challenging times.
Barbara Tako
Spring is still here, and the warmer weather can help you handle your cancer and COVID-19 related anxieties. 
Barbara Tako
What can cancer survivors do to cope and process the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic? 
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer and melanoma cancer survivor learned that a combination of changes helped her beat fatigue after cancer treatments.
Barbara Tako
Being able to wait is a skill many patients with cancer learn to acquire, but that doesn't make it easy. Here's how to get your own patience power.
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