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Laura Yeager

As well as being a cancer blogger, Laura Yeager is a religious essayist and a mental health blogger. A graduate of The Writers’ Workshop at The University of Iowa, she teaches writing at Kent State University and Gotham Writers’ Workshop. Laura survived cancer twice.
Laura Yeager
Breast pain during the pandemic is extra worrisome, but finding an explanation for it is sometimes much simpler.
Laura Yeager
A cancer survivor deals with virtual examinations and how they can feel impersonal. 
Laura Yeager
Chemotherapy killed my veins, and quarterly blood tests won't let me forget that. How it's impossible to ever forget the changes cancer brings. 
Laura Yeager
During hard times, we must hold on to what we know well.
Laura Yeager
In the time of this pandemic, we're all in this together and need to give back where we can.
Laura Yeager
Having lived with the possibility of early death as a two-time cancer patient, I’m used to the coronavirus threat and all that it entails.
Laura Yeager
There's only one thing better than hearing you don't have cancer.
Laura Yeager
Facebook links my soul sister and me together. Sometimes, it's good news, but sometimes it's bad.
Laura Yeager
Finally, I'm experiencing a little less worry on my cancer journey and gaining some freedom from cancer.
Laura Yeager
We remember big events like births, deaths, marriages and holidays, but sometimes it's the little acts of kindness we remember the most.
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