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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
"Good luck, and if you can’t keep your hair, just remember it puts a bad hair day in perspective."
 
Kathy Latour
One cancer survivor details protecting the story of other survivors from those who would sensationalize it.
 
Kathy LaTour
Cancer changes us, and often we find new parts of ourselves that help us accomplish new goals in the face of adversity and tragedy.
 
Kathy Latour
Hope is a tenuous thing, but it is important to foster hope during the cancer journey even when the statistic don't feel hopeful. 
Kathy Latour
After treatment ends, survivors are left to navigate a new life but that life comes with its new emotions and reactions to the world around us.
 
Kathy Latour
Traditionally, it is the younger generations that become caregivers first. But cancer alters the best-laid plans. 
Kathy LaTour
One survivor reflects on how quarantine amid the coronavirus outbreak is impacting her life and reflects on current events. 
Kathy Latour
Health literacy is important for any patient with cancer trying to understand their diagnosis, and they need help from their care team to gain that. 
Kathy Latour
Writing can provide a release for all the emotions bottled up inside that you can't quite say out loud, and can help when coping with the cancer journey.
Kathy Latour
When people think of caregivers, they often think of adults taking care of their elderly family members, but that is not the reality for many adolescents and young people who are forced into distressful situations when loved ones are diagnosed with cancer.
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