Cancer Survivors, Loved Ones Share How They Advocate
We recently asked our audience how they advocate for themselves and others in the oncology space. Here’s what they had to say.
MRD Testing Made a Myeloma Survivor Feel ‘OK to Be Safe’
A multiple myeloma survivor discusses how continued minimal residual disease negativity made her feel more confident in coming off of maintenance therapy.
'How You Doin'?' Can Be a Tricky Question to Ask Someone With Cancer
When I was in the throes of cancer, I didn't know how to answer well-meaning people who asked, "How you doin'?"
I Feel Cheated as a Cancer Survivor
Cancer took so many experiences away from me, yet I sometimes feel guilty that I survived and others did not.
Spring into Salads for Cancer Survivors
Spring brings a plethora of refreshing veggies into season, and these salads make the most of their natural flavors and health benefits.
The Invisible Side Effect of Visible Cancer Survivorship
How do survivors of head and neck cancer cope with drastic changes to one of the most visibly identifiable body parts — the head?
Nearly 25% of AYA Sarcoma Survivors Reported Impaired Social Functioning
Over a quarter of adolescent or young adult patients diagnosed with sarcomas will have difficulties financially, romantically for an extended period after diagnosis.
Everything Is Not OK: A TV Show Gave Me Flashbacks to Cancer
I thought my sensitivity to breast cancer scenarios on television shows had gotten stronger, but it hasn’t.
Radiation Dose May Increase Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivors
Hodgkin lymphoma survivors should avoid associated risk factors of developing colorectal cancer such as smoking, alcohol usage and being overweight.
Managing Chemotherapy-Induced Hair Loss
Many survivors see significant hair changes during cancer treatment, leaving a difficult reminder when they look in the mirror.
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