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Survivorship

Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
We stumble, we fall, we hear the cancer may have returned, we wait for tests to come back and we have rough times along the way. We need to learn to walk, whether we are limping or not.
Kristie L. Kahl
Tony Beasley has spent years in the MLB as a third-base coach for the Texas Rangers. Little did he know his competitive nature and critical thinking would come in to play in his fight against stage 2 colorectal cancer. Since, Beasley has teamed up with Fight CRC as part of their One Million Strong Campaign to help others do one thing: Develop a mentality to fight.
 
Mindy Waizer
Alene Nitzky helps survivors transition from the end of treatment to the beginning of wellness.
Kathy LaTour
Cancer offers a number of opportunities to be in pain, not only during treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, but also from late effects such as peripheral neuropathy.
 
Kathy LaTour
Doctors must do more to understand the source of pain and how to prevent and treat it.
Katie Kosko
Adolescent cancer survivors can improve fitness, cognition and quality of life through increased physical activity, according to study findings presented ahead of the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s (ASCO) Cancer Survivorship Symposium.
Kristie L. Kahl
The availability of sexual aids and resources available to cancer survivors at a wide array of cancer centers appeared disappointingly low, according to survey results to be presented at the 2018 Cancer Survivorship Symposium.
Barbara Tako
Two-time cancer survivor shares the happiness of naptime and her alternatives too. Your body has been through lots and deserves a nap.
Beth Fand Incollingo
While adolescent and young adult survivors of cancer face an increased risk of long-term complications, many people in this group end up "lost to follow-up," according to recent research.
Kristie L. Kahl
“Our take home message here is that all women receiving lymph node dissection, whether it is axillary or sentinel, should receive physical therapy to regain range of motion more quickly after surgery, and thus, help maintain physical functioning,” said Electra D. Paskett, Ph.D., MO.
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