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Ron Cooper writes about the funny and serious sides of cancer. He is the author of “A Grateful Survivor” (Amazon) and blogs at RonCooperAuthor.com. Come along for the ride on his cancer journey!
August 02, 2021
Our first imperative as cancer survivors is to travel on a journey of wellness and peace of mind, not fear and stress.
July 26, 2021
A survivor of prostate cancer celebrates the news that his cancer has not spread and describes how remission has made him feel.
July 08, 2021
A cancer survivor confesses that he feels mislabeled by the words “fighter” and “warrior” when used in reference to his journey.
June 13, 2021
A cancer survivor shares five ways that caregivers can provide support.
May 04, 2021
A cancer survivor recalls how he never considered a bucket list until his diagnosis in 2014. And although he knows he can’t afford to buy a Ferrari and cruise through the Alps, he’s OK with changing course and going with something much smaller.
March 28, 2021
A prostate cancer survivor recalls a time when the cancer center’s staff helped him realize that its OK to have fun while receiving cancer treatment.
March 21, 2021
It’s time to smile and give thanks as people can start to emerge from their bunkers to rejoin society now that there are multiple COVID-19 vaccines, writes one cancer survivor.
March 14, 2021
Never say to someone that at least they have a “good” kind of cancer or that they don’t really look that sick, writes one cancer survivor.
March 07, 2021
A survivor takes a closer look at the trouble with using the phrase “cancer-free” when discussing the disease with friends and family.
February 28, 2021
Call volumes increased to jaw-dropping numbers during the beginning of the pandemic, and this cancer survivor hopes that trend continues even after we are out of the pandemic.
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