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Sherry B. Hanson

Sherry Hanson has published hundreds of articles, essays and poems. In 2013 she won a MORE Award for excellence in reporting on musculoskeletal issues from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS). She also won the 2014 Paumanok Award for Poetry from Farmingdale State College, Farmingdale, NY.

Sherry is a three-time survivor of ovarian cancer and volunteers in the “Survivors Teaching Students” program for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance of Oregon and Southwest Washington. She is also a volunteer Scientific Research Advocate for the Knight Cancer Institute, affiliated with Oregon Health Science University in Portland, Oregon.
Sherry B. Hanson
One cancer survivor details how her immunotherapy changed her cancer journey for the better, and how ongoing trials of immunotherapy are looking to change the cancer landscape for the better.
Sherry Ballou Hanson
One cancer survivor discusses the need to talk to others during and after her treatment, and the healing ability of listening as well.
 
Sherry Ballou Hanson
If you’ve experienced neuropathy, you know what it entails.
Sherry Ballou Hanson
One patient provides potential caregivers “a guide to help you help me”.
Sherry Ballou Hanson
“When learning about a second relapse, the only thing I could think was, ‘Oh no. Not again. This cannot be happening.”
Sherry Ballou Hanson
You never expect to get a diagnosis of cancer, but what about when it comes back?
Sherry Ballou Hanson
I was never any good at math, but I can count. So I learned to live by this bit of information by counting the days that passed after my treatments for ovarian cancer.
Sherry Ballou Hanson
Looking back on Day One in the chemotherapy journey. 
Sherry Ballou Hanson
"They say once you hear the word cancer, you retain maybe 40 percent of the information that follows, but the words 'ovarian cancer' got through alright."
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