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Give Patients Permission to Get Angry
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Sometimes going through cancer makes a person want to scream, and sometimes, it should be OK if they do.
A Vision for Healing
A vision board helps us to not only embrace the present moment, but also remember the goals we are working towards.
Lumpy, Slimy and Inflamed
A nasty stomach virus might have saved this survivor from colon cancer.
Each Of Us Is Unique: What are The Odds Of My Breast Cancer Coming Back?
Breast cancer survivor's questions about genetic testing are ahead of the research.
Stop Comparing Yourself to Other Cancer Survivors
This breast cancer survivor believes each of us is precious and unique, and that is helpful to stop comparing ourselves to each other.
You're Cured of Cancer, But What About Heart Disease, Stroke and Christmas?
Why childhood cancer survivors should never skip a beat on tracking their heart health.
The Healing Power of Touch
Physical touch is an important part of healing, and plays a huge part in the life of a cancer patient.
Of Course I Remember the Date of My Mastectomy
To most of the world, the day I had a mastectomy was just another day. But to me, it was the start of so many changes in my life.
The Calm After the Storm
I will relish that calm after the storm when I leave that hospital knowing it didn't break me.
Learning to Walk Again
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
We stumble, we fall, we hear the cancer may have returned, we wait for tests to come back and we have rough times along the way. We need to learn to walk, whether we are limping or not.
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