<< View All Contributors

Stacie Chevrier

Stacie Chevrier is a recovering type-A, corporate climber who made a big life change after being diagnosed with cancer in September 2014. She now spends her days focusing on writing, fitness and healthy living. Outside of these passions, Stacie can be found practicing yoga, enjoying anything outdoors, traveling and defying the odds as a pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor survivor.
There is a strange coincidence between my cat's obsessive grooming and my cancer symptoms.
October 05, 2017
Talk about this article with other patients, caregivers, and advocates in the General Discussions CURE discussion group.
One cancer patient’s story of being impacted by both hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
September 11, 2017
Talk about this article with other patients, caregivers, and advocates in the General Discussions CURE discussion group.
7 universal truths for pause, solace and perspective during cancer and life.
August 01, 2017
Talk about this article with other patients, caregivers, and advocates in the General Discussions CURE discussion group.
How decreasing my pace has made me acutely aware of the outside noise that distracts us from the life’s most important things, which aren’t things at all.
June 19, 2017
Talk about this article with other patients, caregivers, and advocates in the General Discussions CURE discussion group.
Be sure to stop and notice the “beauty” during and after cancer.
May 04, 2017
Talk about this article with other patients, caregivers, and advocates in the General Discussions CURE discussion group.
A survivor develops a plan for managing anxiety through scan week.
April 25, 2017
Talk about this article with other patients, caregivers, and advocates in the General Psychosocial Aspect Topics CURE discussion group.
A survivor shares her words of wisdom.
April 04, 2017
Talk about this article with other patients, caregivers, and advocates in the General Discussions CURE discussion group.
One cancer survivor's story of making sleep a priority.
February 14, 2017
Talk about this article with other patients, caregivers, and advocates in the General Discussions CURE discussion group.
The Best Cancer Blogs of the Year - 2017
Special Feature
Share Your Art
ONS Awards 2017
 
Cure Connections
x
//For side ad protocol