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Stephanie Sandler
Breast cancer was one of the best things that ever happened to me – and I never want it again. Now I am cancer-free and living a more fulfilling life than before the illness. Here are 10 insights and experiences from my cancer journey that continue to sustain me professionally and personally.
Barbara Tako
A nine-year breast cancer survivor and five-year melanoma survivor shares her thoughts on cancer survivorship with a side of mid-life crisis.
Jamie Aten, Ph.D.
Like opposing wind fronts my emotions collided, spinning off a funnel of survivor guilt on a day I never thought would come.
Ryan Hamner
Here are three things I learned to avoid when recovering from cancer treatment.
Bonnie Annis
Making the choice to get busy living is often difficult for those with cancer, but the choice to start living your best life can be a good one. Each person must decide what that life looks like and when it’s time to start living it.
Laura Yeager
Evading the cancer issue is much easier.
Jamie Aten, Ph.D.
In some cases, choosing the mundane can be life-giving, help salve emotional hurts and anchor our lives.
Kathy LaTour
Faith can be a tricky thing when you are dealing with cancer.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Isn’t everyone a survivor from the time of diagnosis to the end? One reader thinks so.
Barbara Tako
A breast cancer survivor who had a double mastectomy with reconstruction talks about her nipple coloring process.

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