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Kathy LaTour

Kathy LaTour is a breast cancer survivor, author of The Breast Cancer Companion and co-founder of CURE magazine. While cancer did not take her life, she has given it willingly to educate, empower and enlighten the newly diagnosed and those who care for them.
Kathy LaTour
What started as a hangnail turned into one of the most difficult late effects of breast cancer. This survivor found swimming to be a viable treatment for her lymphedema.
Kathy LaTour
Survivors with children face some of the biggest challenges when it comes to visualizing the future. After my breast cancer diagnosis in 1986, it was my daughter's future, rather than my own, for which I bargained.
Kathy LaTour
What can cancer centers boast that they do better than another?
Kathy LaTour
In the years that followed, when I recalled something, it was placed in my life timeline as either before or after cancer.
Kathy LaTour
Magic that occurs when we write.
Kathy LaTour
While celebrating Christmas this year, there was a moment that really surprised me. My youngest stepson said something about being sorry he wasn’t more help when I was going through cancer.
 
Kathy LaTour
We all survived another October and the tidal wave of pink that represents breast cancer.
Kathy LaTour
I didn’t really like this surgeon very much. She was so young and soft spoken.
Kathy LaTour
Fear of recurrence can linger years after diagnosis.
Kathy LaTour
The mouth is also part of the body, and yet, it is only in the past few years that oncologists have begun recommending patients see a dentist before they begin treatment to be sure the teeth and gums are in good shape.
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