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If we are honest, I think most of us wonder deep down if we are going to live long enough to see the next grandchild, attend an important wedding or anniversary, or finish a project.
July 13th 2021
By William Ramshaw
A survivor of pancreatic cancer looks back on the day he received his diagnosis, and shares advice for others in the same shoes.
July 12th 2021
By Steve Rubin
Dealing with cancer at a young age can cause regular milestones to feel rushed or misplaced.
July 9th 2021
By Bonnie Annis
Celebrating “cancerversaries” is important to cancer survivors, but what happens when years pass, and the celebrations feel too good to be true? One survivor shares her story.
July 8th 2021
By Ron Cooper
A cancer survivor confesses that he feels mislabeled by the words “fighter” and “warrior” when used in reference to his journey.
July 7th 2021
By Jane Biehl Ph.D.
A cancer survivor describes how frustrating it can be to experience toxic positivity.
July 1st 2021
A cancer survivor shares tips for getting through dreaded follow-up appointments that may lead to anxiety.
June 30th 2021
A cancer survivor recalls the scary moment she experienced what she thought was a new life-threatening side effect.
June 26th 2021
By Marissa Holzer
A woman describes the scars that cancer and other life events have left her with.
June 25th 2021
A pancreatic cancer survivor describes the ways in which undergoing cancer treatment is comparable to summiting Mount Everest.
June 24th 2021
By Denise Sirchie
A breast cancer survivor writes a poem about a symbol of reassurance she saw while fatigued from cancer treatments.
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