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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.
A cancer diagnosis is not something any of us plan for. Be sure to have patience with yourself during and after treatment.
September 26, 2017
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Living in fear and worrying about cancer every day is not a way to live. I was given six amazing words of advice that were my wakeup call to get my life after cancer back.
August 21, 2017
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After cancer caught me off guard, I tend to wait for the other shoe to drop, even if that means getting scared when positive things come my way.
July 24, 2017
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After a cancer diagnosis, it can feel as if your body has failed you. How do you go back to trusting it again?
July 17, 2017
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After a cancer diagnosis, you need to put your feelings first before anyone else's.
July 11, 2017
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When the emotions of cancer start to get you down, try taking a chance on talking to a four-legged furry friend.
June 28, 2017
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After my cancer diagnosis, I realized that the only person to speak up for me was me. This is how I learned to speak up for myself and talk to those who represent me in Congress.
June 13, 2017
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When it rains it pours. These five words can be filled with so much meaning. These five words can be used to describe a lot of happenings in anyone’s life. Trying to avoid the cancer heartache works for a while but when you lift back the current, the fears and anxiety flood in like a heavy rain.
April 17, 2017
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