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When John McCain died this week, I was reminded of another patient who died of this nasty disease.
Life With a Side of Cancer
Cancer is a nasty side dish, but don't let it spoil the main course: your life.
Are We Tying Scientists' Hands?
Positive results, clinical utility, curtailed curiosity – has the desire for good news slowed the path to a cure?
Parenting, Interrupted: Three Tips on Being a Parent With Cancer
As a parent facing cancer, we just want to know that our children will emerge on the other side of our diagnosis and be alright.
Making Peace With My Belly After Breast Cancer
If opting for the flat and fabulous look, it's important to learn to make friends with your belly because you're going to see it more often.
A Hero in Cancer Advocacy
An article Honoring the Hero for Colorado's Light the Night Walk.
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