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Breast Cancer, Prostheses, and International Travel
Traveling internationally has its challenges but for those with prosthetics, it's a little more complicated.
Don't Complain About Age to a Cancer Survivor
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Getting older can be seen as a privilidge.
Sometimes Just Living Life is Enough
While I am and will always be a survivor, there are times in life that it should, and will take a back seat.
Reconciling a Hereditary Cancer Syndrome Diagnosis
When I was diagnosed with Lynch syndrome seven years ago, I began blogging about the roller coaster of emotions I experienced after undergoing genetic testing and prophylactic surgeries.
How to Make the Most of No Shave November
It's more than the beard. It's about men's health.
Health Monitoring After Cancer: Should You Let Stuff Go?
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
When it comes to routine eye checkups and other appointments not directly related to my cancer, I become lax.
When Your Partner Has Cancer, It May Feel Like You Do Too
Here are some tips on coping with the disease that seems to affect us all.
Turning My Back On The Past
Would would happen if I turned my back to the past and faced forward? It is time to stop wishing I could go back to my pre-cancer life. It's time to face forward.
Hope for the Best as a Cancer Patient and Survivor
Cancer survivor encourages fellow survivors to cultivate hope to improve their survivorship time.
7 Reasons Why a Testicular Cancer Survivor Doesn't Mourn the Loss of His Left Testicle
I may be down one ball, but I've increased in many other ways
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