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Brenda Denzler

Brenda Denzler is a writer and editor living in North Carolina. She received her doctorate from Duke University and worked as an editor at UNC-Chapel Hill before she was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer in 2009. Since then, she has devoted a great deal of her time and energy to understanding and writing about cancer, cancer treatment and the impact of pre-existing PTSD on the ability of doctors to give and patients to receive medical treatment.
Brenda Denzler
An 11-year survivor of inflammatory breast cancer details how even though she considers herself one of the lucky ones, the awareness that “as far as we know” could change in one blinding moment still haunts her.
Brenda Denzler
One cancer survivor emphatically disagrees with the notion that cancer is now a “chronic” condition.  
Brenda Denzler
One survivor on "New Normals" and living through "apocalyptic" times that reveal who we really are.
Brenda Denzler
There's a difference between being treated for cancer and being a cancer survivor.
Brenda Denzler
Sometimes even a brief encounter with an empathetic medical student can have a powerful effect on a patient.
Brenda Denzler
Many children with cancer participate in clinical trials. Perhaps little children should be leading us more often in health care?
Brenda Denzler
"Hugs" come in all kinds of forms.
Brenda Denzler
An IBC patient reflects on her search for an alternative to conventional treatment.
Brenda Denzler
A cancer veteran lists ten things that ought to be a part of this nation's public health education.
Brenda Denzler
Cancer survivors worry about recurrence, but seldom think about their risk for new primaries.

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