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Ryan Hamner

Ryan Hamner is a four-time survivor of Hodgkin lymphoma, a musician, and an award-winning author. In 2011, he wrote and recorded, "Where Hope Lives" for the American Cancer Society and the song for survivors, "Survivors Survive" used in 2015 for #WorldCancerDay. Recently, he published his book, This is Remission: A Four-Time Cancer Survivor's Memories of Treatment, Struggle, and Life, available on Amazon. His website is www.ryanhamner.com
Ryan Hamner
Cancer treatment has taught many survivors how to combat infection, a useful skill to adjusting life amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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30 years after cancer treatment, one survivor returns to the Ronald McDonald House that made a major difference in their cancer journey.
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Four things you can do to help protect yourself and cope after cancer.
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Everything changes after a cancer diagnosis, and the ramifications can follow you into the workplace.
Ryan Hamner
The story of a Bamba, a Granddaddy, a parachute man and the anticipation to get through another procedure. 
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Can fitness make you physically prepared for a medical detour?
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Here are three things I learned to avoid when recovering from cancer treatment.
Ryan Hamner
Having hope in the now is really faith in the future.
Ryan Hamner
Cancer can bring about post-traumatic stress disorder that can linger for many years in both survivors of childhood cancer and their parents.
Ryan Hamner
In life, sometimes we are surprised beyond belief. There are three times in my life when having cancer made me think, "Wait! What?"
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