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Diana Martin

Diana M. Martin has been an adjunct professor in The Writing and Reading Center at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD, for over 15 years. She has a MFA in Creative Nonfiction and has published articles in the areas of parenting, health and cultural arts. When her husband lost his battle with cancer of unknown primary, later identified as bile duct cancer, she became the sole caregiver for their adult son, Alex, who is autistic.
Diana Martin
Dealing with isolation is not new for widows and widowers who lost their spouses to cancer.
 
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There are resources available to help you cope with financial stress of cancer, whether it's you or a loved one facing the disease.
Diana M. Martin
Though narrowly defeated in the Maryland Senate, versions of similar bills are being considered in other states. If these bills pass, what will become of end-of-life care?
Diana M. Martin
A caregiver's view on why this bill needs careful consideration.
Diana M. Martin
Mandalas can help people with cancer and their caregivers find purpose.
Diana M. Martin
One widow's journey to stay in her home honors her husband's memory and brings healing.
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A former caregiver's ongoing journey.
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During this holiday season, one CURE contributor hopes that others will consider tissue or organ donation.
Diana M. Martin
Remembering a loved one's spirit in a new way can bring healing and hope.
Diana M. Martin
Coping with emotional and physical pain years after a spouse's death from cancer leads to more questions about his treatment.
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