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Jane Biehl PhD
Cancer survivors have tremendous issues and fears to go through after an initial diagnosis. Don't add to your distress or lose sleep over self-blame.
Bonnie Annis
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Kathy LaTour
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Sarah DeBord
Your disease does not make you unworthy, because only the worthy will see past it.
Bonnie Annis
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A five-year lesson in cancer, worry and hope.
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Cancer survivors struggle to sort out "normal" signs of aging from symptoms of cancer's return.
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