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Feature Video
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
A new television show, as well as a recent CURE campaign, gave insight to life with cancer.
Mike Verano
As people who have "been there, done that," our very presence provides a new arrival on the cancer rollercoaster a sense of stability and certainty.
Evan Ruggiero
While pursuing a degree in fine arts, tap dancer and musician Evan Ruggiero was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in his right leg. Though his diagnosis ultimately led to amputation, he always knew that he would return back to doing what he loved.
Katie Kosko
Jeff Young, D.V.M., refused to let cancer stop him from living.
Katie Kosko
Survivor diagnosed with second cancer after surgeon spots a lump on her throat while watching TV.
Kathy LaTour
SCOTT WIESKAMP KNEW THE spot on his tonsil wasn’t normal.
According to the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, a third of all people treated for cancer will have oral complications that may interfere with treatment or affect quality of life.
Survivors and caregivers reflect on the cancer experience as Paddle for Life marks its 10-year anniversary.
Apps and online resources can help the mind, body and soul.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
We all have our cracks, and cancer provides a huge one. Perhaps for the first time ever, we present (and look) weak, vulnerable, sick and needing to ask others for help.

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