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Good or Bad? With Cancer, It May Be Hard to Tell
Knowing that my sister gained remission gives me an immense bias, but ask the question, “Good or bad?” now and my answer may just be, “hard to tell.”
What Does It Mean to Deal With Cancer Well?
Many people don't realize they are putting pressure on those walking though cancer to keep a good attitude. There are days we all need to be able to acknowledge that it can be difficult.
Should Cancer Survivors Prepare for a Possible Recurrence?
A recurrence is always a possibility for any victim of cancer, but should survivors expect a recurrence? If so, how can they prepare for that possibility?
Take a Break from Cancer Overload
A male breast cancer survivor offers some alternatives to stress.
Breathe in God, Breathe Out Cancer
"Breathe in God, breathe out cancer," I prayed with as much conviction as I could muster.
My Great Escape from the Cancer State
With wit and wisdom, Carolyn Choate recounts the resilience of cancer survivors everywhere to outwit the enemy within.
Bomb Cyclone and Beyond: Navigating Cancer Care in a Blizzard
Parts of the Northeast had a foot or more of snow last week. What should patients do when their scheduled cancer treatment falls in the middle of a snow storm?
A Cancer Resolution to Dread One Day at a Time
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
In the movie, Charlie Brown was asked what his New Year’s resolution was. With typical candor, he answered that instead of dreading the whole year he was dreading only one day at a time.
Downplay Your Cancer Fears
You wouldn't keep an annoying friend around. Think of fear the same way.
Embracing Cancer and Finding the Joy
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.
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