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Downplay Your Cancer Fears
You wouldn't keep an annoying friend around. Think of fear the same way.
Avoid Extremes, Hot and Cold, With Lymphedema
Lymphedema requires diligence all seasons. Do not let icy cold weather catch you or your lymphedema, unaware. Take precautions to protect yourself.
Embracing Cancer and Finding the Joy
Any thought about the future was initially difficult to manage, but I soon realized I was not going to waste any time I had left in my life and made it a mission to enjoy life with greater depth.
The After Effects of Breast Cancer
The after effects of breast cancer can leave survivors wondering how much more medical trauma they can take. The daily struggle presents challenges for many survivors. This is one survivor's story.
Cancer Care Is a Matter of Opinions
Looking back in 2018, I am so glad that we sought out the other opinions. Nerve wracking as it was, the process opened up other options we would not have known about.
Chemicals: Fair Or Foul?
Breast cancer survivor shares her dance on the risk continuum of the chemicals in our lives.
Coincidences and Cancer: Do You Believe?
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Cancer changed my life for the worse, but it also opened me to many new experiences I would never have had without it.
Fear of Recurrence
Don't be ashamed that you haven't "moved on," says this metastatic breast cancer patient.
With Cancer, Timing Is Everything
New discoveries happen often. Is there one for us?
Choosing to Be Proactive, Not Reactive, After Cancer Wears You Down
Breast cancer and melanoma survivor reflects about being tired of her cancers and shares a way to respond to uncertainty.
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