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Survivorship

Bonnie Annis
A cancerversary is a significant day of celebration for a person who has experienced cancer. Celebrating a cancerversary is a big deal, and one survivor hopes to provide some clarity on the situation.
Jessica Skarzynski
The second recipe in our Summer Snacktime Series with the John Theurer Cancer Center works as a creative "meatless" meal or savory snack.
Khevin Barnes
Don't sweat the small stuff, but don't miss those simple moments either.
Martha Carlson
Living with cancer means more than letting the negative go, it means finding a way to take in the happiness of right now. This cancer survivor calls it "Minute Mindfulness."
Kathy LaTour
Are these new health conditions popping up late effects from the drugs used in my previous cancer treatment? We are only now living long enough after treatment for the doctors to see what happens years later.
Barbara Tako
This survivor shares the benefits of finding a local cancer support group or individual as she laments the retirement of her own cancer support group leader.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
My doctor explained to me I was in what is called “partial remission.” I am well aware that this is temporary, but as I wrote in another article – so is life! While there is no cure for my disease, I choose to appreciate each and every day that I feel good.
Meryl Verb
A letter to my chemo wig, Silvie, thanking her for the confidence, strength, courage and bravery that she helped me find during my cancer journey.
Lori Luedtke
This cancer living inside of me has been life altering. On the outside you may think that things are not so bad. What you are not seeing is that my cancer is incurable.
Martha Carlson
Why this breast cancer survivor thinks more oncologists should be listening carefully to patients on social media.
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