Tags: cancer

diagnostic studies
It was about time to finish my exhausting and draining week on a Friday...
4 years 3 weeks BY PARAMPREET KAUR
4210 Views / 0 Comments / 2 Shares
Honoring Myself: Thyroid Disease
Sometimes it's important not to be rushed...
4 years 2 months BY LISA HUTCHISON
5538 Views / 8 Comments / 30 Shares
My Mother's Last Three Breaths
Crazy talk, I thought. I kept telling her that it wasn’t cancer. I kept...
4 years 4 months BY RAYMONDA RICE
5654 Views / 2 Comments / 8 Shares
Retinoblastoma survivor guilt
I wish every story had a happy ending.
4 years 9 months BY HOPE N.
7641 Views / 0 Comments / 62 Shares
Chemotherapy: Becoming Bald
I had plenty of other things to worry about, but still...
5 years 3 months By Patricia Cyr
6189 Views / 0 Comments / 9 Shares
Lucky Cancer Survivors
Luck can be a matter of perspective.
5 years 6 months BY CHRISTOPHER WOODS
6759 Views / /
Cancer: Changing My Story
Sometimes we have to change, but that's not always a bad thing...
6 years 3 months BY MARTA NIELSEN
6886 Views / /
My Stepson Has Cancer
Terrible news make a family stronger.
7 years 4 months BY KJ JACKSON
8913 Views / 1 Comments / 1 Shares
Numbness: Glioblastoma Multiforme
I remember the day like it was yesterday. Ring. Hello? Liz, (it’s my...
7 years 11 months BY LIZ BLANTON
21152 Views / 2 Comments / 38 Shares
On Quiet Dogs and Cooking Shows:  A Child Coping with a Brain Tumor
A stuffed dog helps a boy endure cancer treatments.
8 years 4 months BY LISA WEST
9340 Views / 0 Comments / 18 Shares

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