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Does Cancer Become Who We Are?
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Cancer can affect all areas of life, in both good and bad ways.
Survivors and Mammograms
The mammogram can be an emotional roller coaster for any person. After you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, even good results can tap into deep emotions.
The Day I Became a Cancer Speaker
I stepped out of my comfort zone to share my cancer story.
The Friendships of Cancer
A cancer diagnosis can bring many fears and uncertainties to the forefront, but it can also bring friendships with people we would never have met had we not gotten cancer at all.
I Miss Cancer
Though it's a weird thing to say, I'm posting this to help you realize that if you "miss having cancer," you're not the only one.
When You'll Never Ring the Bell
Advice for the inoperable facing a lifetime of treatment.
We Are All More Than a Patient
While cancer can strip or challenge our life roles and identity, I hope we all remember that we are more than a patient, more than a statistic, and that we can learn something new about ourselves.
Does the Gender of Your Oncologist Matter?
After two of my oncologists retired, I had to search for the next one.
Breast Cancer Patients and Previvors Face Tough Decisions
Breast cancer survivor who had treatment years ago discusses her new breast cancer choices today.
Conquering the Spartan Sprint After Cancer
I walked my way through the Spartan Race in 2016, battled cancer later that year, and returned the the Spartan course in 2018.
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