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General Psychosocial Aspect Topics

Sarah DeBord
I've had many outward signs that let the world know I had cancer, so the latest addition to my wardrobe didn't exactly make it much more obvious.
Barbara Tako
Here are tips for fellow cancer survivors to clear out cancer paraphernailia but keep important medical records.
Laura Yeager
After two bouts of cancer, happiness is a warm tush.
Doris Cardwell
I had no idea learning to sit with people in their pain would help me learn how to deal with my own.
Geni J.I. White, RN, MS
A geneticist I never met in person saved my life by insisting my gastroenterologist do a new colonoscopy. Had it not been for Mellissa Clarkson, I would have battled a new cancer that may have been discovered too late.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
However, 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, to attend an important wedding or anniversary or to finish a project.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
Here are the top 5 CURE stories for January 2019.
Robert Heywood
A prostate cancer survivor offers his thoughts on what you should (and shouldn't) say to someone who was recently diagnosed.
Khevin Barnes
I began to develop a daily routine to aid me in my life-long effort to keep cancer from returning – or at the very least, to give me some tools for coping.
Barbara Tako
Cancerland is a frightening place to be for days, weeks, months and yes, even years. Turn that worry into something positive; reach out and be kind today and every day forward.
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