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Kim is a nursing student who is hoping to find her place amongst the phenomenal oncology nurses and doctors who cared for her sister. She loves reading, volunteering and enjoying the outdoors of Colorado.
Conversations with the Father of a Cancer Survivor
"I saw people in my life go through cancer, but seeing my daughter do it was devastating," he said.
Thoughts from the Mother of a Survivor
Watching your child go through cancer is difficult, but this mother explained how she stayed hopeful.
Trusting Yourself Through Cancer
Trusting your intuition can be key.
Regrets of Cancer: Learning to Let Go
Cancer can bring some tough decisions, but it is important to let go of regret.
Nurses and Patients: A Necessary Seperation
It is important to learn boundaries between nurses, patients and caregivers when in a clinical setting.
Kids and Cancer: What Can We Learn from Them?
Even though we tend to teach kids, sometimes they are the ones who can teach us the most.
Pushing Past Cancer-Related Anxiety
It's important to make the effort to push past the anxiety that comes with a cancer diagnosis.
The Struggle to Stay Present When Coping With Cancer
Is it possible to grieve for someone who is still alive?
The Importance of Sharing Our Caregiver Stories
When her sister had hit another roadblock in her treatment, Kim found something else – a remarkable young man who changed her perception of caregiving.
The Importance of Maintaining Autonomy While Caregiving
It is important that caregivers of those with cancer step back and realize that they are their own person, too.
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