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General psychosocial aspects topics

Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Any thought about the future was initially difficult to manage, but I soon realized I was not going to waste any time I had left in my life and made it a mission to enjoy life with greater depth.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer survivor shares her dance on the risk continuum of the chemicals in our lives.
Beth Fand Incollingo
Holland, who worked until the end of her life in the field she was largely responsible for founding, had served, since 1989, as the Wayne E. Chapman Chair in Psychiatric Oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK), in New York.
Martha Carlson
Don't be ashamed that you haven't "moved on," says this metastatic breast cancer patient.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer and melanoma survivor reflects about being tired of her cancers and shares a way to respond to uncertainty.
Diana M. Martin
"Getting on" with life after a spouse dies is not easy. Forgiving cancer for its domino effect is even harder.
Brenda Denzler
Life-saving medical care can leave scars that don't show on the outside, but last a lifetime.
Felicia Mitchell
Some cancer survivors are good at getting on with life. Some of us remain timid about the prospect of life, even when a prognosis is good. A new year is a good time to try harder to seize the day, whatever the future is likely to bring.
Kim Johnson
Remission may put an end to the disease, but it does not always stop the feeling of being lost.
Kathy LaTour
Christmas can be a real challenge when going through cancer. Aside from the financial burden that may limit the number of boxes under the tree, the emotional burden can dampen what is usually a happy and cheerful time of year.
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