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Dana Stewart

Dana Stewart was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 at the age of 32. She is the co-founder of a cancer survivorship organization called The Dragonfly Angel Society. She volunteers as an advocate and mentor, focusing on young adults surviving cancer. She enjoys writing about life as a cancer survivor, as well as connecting survivors to the resources, inspirations and stories that have helped her continue to live her best life, available at www.dragonflyangelsociety.com.
Dana Stewart
Making predictions on how cancer will affect your life from diagnosis to post treatment is a waste of time. No one knows what tomorrow will bring.
Dana Stewart
Would would happen if I turned my back to the past and faced forward? It is time to stop wishing I could go back to my pre-cancer life. It's time to face forward.
Dana Stewart
A cancer diagnosis can bring many fears and uncertainties to the forefront, but it can also bring friendships with people we would never have met had we not gotten cancer at all.
Dana Stewart
We spend so much time worrying what we can't control. What if we asked ourselves why and changed the thought process to worrying about only what we can control.
Dana Stewart
Don't let the excuse of cancer run your life or stop you from doing all that you want.
Dana Stewart
As it turns out, a side effect of cancer treatment can be cataracts. Over the last two years, I have battled cancer treatment-induced cataracts. The good news is they can be fixed and I can see again!
Dana Stewart
I call it cancer motivation. Whenever I get annoyed about doing something that's not my favorite, like a long 10K race, I think about surviving cancer and those that did not. It becomes my motivation to take a breath and enjoy each second.
Dana Stewart
Here are three main tips I wish I would have known during my first year of dealing with a cancer diagnosis.
Dana Stewart
We are always faced with choices on this cancer journey. Even if you end up making a wrong turn, there is always a way to get back on track.
Dana Stewart

This week, I celebrated eight years since diagnosis. It brought back a lot of thoughts and feelings. 

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