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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
Talking about sex during and after cancer treatment can be tricky. With the issues surrounding cancer in the equation, what is supposed to be unspoken and mystical now requires some good communication.
Kathy LaTour
When Kathy LaTour learned about a group of people who had come together to advocate for cancer survivors, she joined their mission to spread awareness that the cancer experience still continues after treatment.
Kathy LaTour
It’s hard to let go of fear when that’s all you feel. It’s called rumination. The trick is finding ways to stop ruminating about the fear to be able to live fully until whatever is going to happen, happens.
Kathy LaTour
Of all the things that cancer left me with, scarred veins in my only good arm has been the worst. I have learned to treasure those techs who can find a good vein and hit it the first time.
Kathy LaTour
This survivor details her journey with breast implants following a modified radical mastectomy.
Kathy LaTour
Art can help us understand our deepest feelings, helping us cope and reflecting the complexity of life after cancer.
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.
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