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Bonnie Annis
Learning to live life with lymphedema is challenging. The life changes it presents can cause many negative emotions. but you don't have to loathe life just because you have a chronic medical condition.
Katie Kosko
The Summer 2018 issue is out! And we have a sneak peek at what’s inside.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Chemotherapy treatment can greatly affect balance. But, there are things that can help.
Justin Birckbichler
Am I getting old or is chemo brain coming back?
Diana M. Martin
Coping with emotional and physical pain years after a spouse's death from cancer leads to more questions about his treatment.
Cognitive challenges that arise during the cancer journey can be frustrating. Researchers aim to learn more about the causes and treatment of ‘chemo brain.’
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
I laughed after I put my soiled laundry in the wastepaper bin in my bathroom instead of the laundry hamper. When I told my oncologist, she didn’t think it was funny at all.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
While getting old and being ill can both cause a person to slow down, they are not the same thing. 
Barbara Tako
This two-time cancer survivor is worn out, but not quitting.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
I usually got the infections first, so my oncologist loaded me up with antibiotics and off I went. She knows that not going would cause such a depression that I would be worse.

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