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Survivorship

Kim Johnson
No matter how difficult it may have been and is to watch another endure cancer, nothing will ever compare to the level of difficulty for those who live with that diagnosis daily.
Kim Johnson
When she was originally diagnosed, I knew nothing of palliative care. I had only heard about hospice, and the use of that word terrified me.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Our lives are broken up after a loss, but eventually the pieces are put back together. The hard part is that the new pieces can make a totally different picture.
Bonnie Annis
It's challenging to accept the physical limitations one may experience post-cancer, but changes to the body can pose real physical constraints.
Khevin Barnes
I'm still scuffling with cancer, but that won't prevent other health conditions from creeping up.
Dana Stewart
A little focus on intentions for the week can help fight off cancer blues and allow more time for taking care of yourself.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
We don’t need to move mountains, build a house or even clean out every closet in one day. Sometimes we just have to clean one shelf at a time, put one foot in front of the other and remind ourselves that is enough for today.
Barbara Tako
Two-time cancer survivor discusses the art of waiting, be it for treatments, rechecks or test results.
Khevin Barnes
It's sometimes easy to think that our bodies have failed us, but we need all the help we can get.
Bonnie Annis
Many breast cancer survivors choose to adorn their chests with beautiful designs in an effort to camouflage unsightly scars. Could this practice be dangerous to their health? Read one survivor's viewpoint.
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