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Survivorship

Jeannette Moninger
Here are some factors to consider when searching for a cancer coach of your own.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
How do we describe the type of fatigue cancer survivors feel?  Here is one explanation.
Mike Hennessy, Sr.
When cancer centers emphasize supportive care, patients, survivors and their families benefit and health outcomes can even improve. In this issue of CURE®, we take you inside a facility dedicated to this kind of care — The Supportive Care Center at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.
Beth Fand Incollingo
This one-stop shop offers patients pain-management strategies, emotional support, nutritional guidance and more.
Bonnie Annis
When a person moves out of their active treatment phase and begins the shift to life after cancer, many unanswered questions lie ahead. Some institutions offer courses to help with just that.
Katie Kosko
Katie Couric reflects on life and lessons learned after losing her husband to cancer.
Jill Kleiss
A survivor discusses the decision to either accept each stage of the cancer journey or fight it with gusto.
Jessica Skarzynski
On social media, CURE® recently asked its readers to share the best advice they’ve been given on their cancer journey. Here, we share some of their responses.
Bonnie Annis
Cancer causes people to experience a wide range of emotions, even long after completing treatment. Among the most common is survivor’s guilt. Learning to understand this phenomenon can allow survivors to exchange their guilt for gratitude.
Dana Stewart
A cancer diagnosis can take so much from a person. Perhaps it can give a little something too. Cancer can open up our eyes to finding the time we never knew we had to do the things we always wanted to do.
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