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Voices

Jamie Aten, Ph.D.
How to respond to others that pull away after the cancer diagnosis.
Shira Zwebner
Don't let anyone else decide how you choose to celebrate any post-cancer milestones.
Kathy LaTour
Cancer is a huge, life-changing event for a family and the power of the experience in a young person’s life should not be underestimated. What is a semester at college compared to the learning and self-understanding that comes from being with your family in such a stressful time?
Bonnie Annis
Breast cancer survivorship is something to celebrate and there are many ways to commemorate the fact, but are t-shirts and other items the best way to honor survivors? One survivor shares her perspective and reflects on National Cancer Survivor’s Day.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
I have a daily calendar on my desk with very wise sayings. One that really stood out was by J.C.Watts. “It doesn’t take a lot of strength to hang on. It takes a lot of strength to let go.”
Doris Cardwell
Many survivors face times of worry and anxiety. An upcoming appointment, a scan, a new lump, bump or spot can all be triggers for feeling intense anxiety. Here are three simple tools from a fellow survivor to help cope in those times.
Khevin Barnes
Mindfulness and meditation for the masses. What does this mean to those of us with a life-threatening disease?
Felicia Mitchell
Even a cancer survivor with an upbeat attitude can experience bittersweet blues sometimes out of the blue. There are ways to learn from this feeling, whatever we call it, and keep on going.
Ryan Hamner
Can fitness make you physically prepared for a medical detour?
Martha Carlson
Getting back up matters when cancer knocks you down, but so does pausing for reflection.
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