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Survivorship

Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Which is more important – research or imagination? Maybe they are equally vital in survivorship!
Martha Carlson
How a single phone call can change cancer outcomes and improve patient lives.
Bonnie Annis
Can a diagnosis of cancer affect a person in a positive way? One survivor seems to think so.
Kenneth Rebstock
After receiving a diagnosis of colon cancer, one survivor started the Cancer Warrior Martial Arts Program, which honors kids and martial artists with their Cancer Warrior Black Belt and certificate for their courageous fight against cancer.
Felicia Mitchell
How can surviving cancer teach us how to endure the discomfort of a common cold and vice versa? Sometimes an ordinary illness can teach us how to vent and exercise self-care beyond self-pity.
Laura Yeager
I probe the scars of cancer treatment and realize they are my salvation.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
The attitude we have makes a huge difference in our lives and with cancer, a positive attitude can help us to live longer!
Dana Stewart
The cancer journey can take you on a jagged road with too many twists and turns. It doesn't always have to be an emotional rollercoaster if you know how to walk it.
Samira Rajabi
For those of us living in the wake of a big diagnosis, how we define life, living and every day can be clouded by fear and misguided ideas of what it means to truly live. What I’ve learned is that life is not about what we are doing, but why and how we do what we have to for however long we get to be alive.
Martha Carlson
When the physical effects of cancer make it harder to do things, you can still find a way to move forward.
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