A Month of Milestones and My Cancer Anniversary
This March marks 10 years since my diagnosis of de novo metastatic breast cancer and four years since my cancer has been stable.
Is It Possible to Completely Erase Cancer Memories?
Cancer is such a life-altering event, that it’s hard to fathom being able to forget all memories associated with it, but I did my best to make it happen.
Can Society Go Beyond Stereotypical Portrayals of Cancer?
I agree that cancer is portrayed very stereotypically in society, so here are some ways I think we can highlight the reality of cancer.
What I Learned from Cancer
Writing poetry was something that got me through cancer and helped heal my soul.
The Way Cancer Has Shaped Me
Looking back on my experience with testicular cancer at a young age, I realize that cancer didn't define me — it helped shape me.
Counting Down Towards Year 5 of Cancer Survivorship
Accepting the unknown and understanding why random things happen helps me be hopeful as my daughter reached five years of cancer survivorship.
Cancer Allowed Me to Become More Outspoken
After I was diagnosed with colon cancer, I learned to take care of myself more and be more outspoken than ever before.
Live Each Day to the Fullest as Patients and Survivors
A recent experience has emphasized to me that we should live life to its fullest every single day.
Screenings for Different Cancers
Having all of these screenings for cancer terrifies me, even though they could be almost certainly nothing.
How to Manage Other People's Anxiety Around Your Cancer Diagnosis
It’s not just toughing out the side effects from cancer treatment.
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