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Martha Carlson

Martha lives in Illinois and was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in January 2015. She has a husband and three children, ranging in age from 12 to 18, a dog and a lizard.
Martha Carlson
Channeling the fear of unwanted change into the hard-fought promise of a transformed life.
Martha Carlson
Takeaways from 3 months of video tele-mental-health care during cancer treatment amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Martha Carlson
Traveling with cancer during a pandemic requires some planning. Here's how I did it safely.
Martha Carlson
It's not just time spent sitting in the lobby. Waiting is a way of life for people with cancer.
Martha Carlson
You don't have to be "difficult" to speak up for yourself and get the care you deserve. 
Martha Carlson
Cancer alters the trajectory of your career, but it doesn't have to end it. Here are some ways to find resources that help patients and survivors alike find the next step of their careers. 
Martha Carlson
Survival strategies for her best life help this metastatic cancer patient navigate a new world in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Martha Carlson
Choosing the best path forward is hard under any circumstance, but today, those decisions are wrought with additional unknowable risks.
Martha Carlson
A friend's call to list all the good things people without cancer have done for those with cancer brings an unexpected rush of hope and happiness.
Martha Carlson
Don't be intimidated by the science presented at poster sessions at conferences. They can connect people living with cancer and cancer researchers in a way that helps both the patient and the researcher.
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