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Survivorship

Jessica Skarzynski
“We're not going to turn our back on our cancer patients, we're not going to make it a choice between COVID and cancer, but rather we're going to make it and we have to treat both,” said Dr. Pat Basu, President and CEO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
 
Bonnie Annis
Celebrating is a vital part of survivorship and those affected by cancer should be allowed to voice their opinions openly.
Beth Fand Incollingo
In its first virtual performance, the Visible Ink writing therapy program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center shared works by patients and staff members that touched on the COVID-19 pandemic and were interpreted by celebrity actors, singers and dancers.
 
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Cancer patients sometimes require blood due to anemia, blood loss during surgery, or as a result of negative side effects radiation or chemotherapy have on platelet or red blood cell counts.
Scott Hamilton
A world champion figure skater offers his spin on the blessings behind survivorship.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
We asked our readers, what do you wish you could change about cancer care?
 
Doris Cardwell
Do parts of being in a pandemic feel familiar to you? Yet you have never been in one before? One cancer survivor suggests that's because those who have been on the cancer journey have experienced this before. 
Jane Biehl PhD
Many cancer survivors are sad because the body has betrayed them. But remembering there is more to strength than just physicality can help cancer survivors.
 
Felicia Mitchell
Surviving cancer teaches us emotional resilience, making even a frightening pandemic something we can decide we can navigate.
Jane Biehl PhD
Each one of us is unique and that includes our cancer journey. We cannot compare ourselves to anyone else!
 
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