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Samira Rajabi
For those of us living in the wake of a big diagnosis, how we define life, living and every day can be clouded by fear and misguided ideas of what it means to truly live. What I’ve learned is that life is not about what we are doing, but why and how we do what we have to for however long we get to be alive.
Kathy LaTour
When Kathy LaTour learned about a group of people who had come together to advocate for cancer survivors, she joined their mission to spread awareness that the cancer experience still continues after treatment.
Martha Carlson
When the physical effects of cancer make it harder to do things, you can still find a way to move forward.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
We all need to know how to take care of ourselves, succeed in balancing our lives, have quality of life and not feel guilty!
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?"
Sarah DeBord
The expenses of cancer far extend what is covered by insurance, and the damage it can do can forever alter the life of a young adult with cancer.
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Becoming a caregiving to a loved one with cancer feels as if my life has been turned upside down like a snow globe and I am left to hold on to the stable anchors.
Bonnie Annis
In a follow-up post, one survivor explores the use of CBD products and shares how they've helped manage her post-cancer pain.
Martha Carlson
Create a digital health binder, improve communication, find clinical trials and get connected with three free mobile apps.
Barbara Tako
This breast cancer and melanoma survivor encourages newly diagnosed cancer patients to hang onto their hope.
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