- MEN: 20s
C.J. talks about dealing with a leg amputation, returning to exercise using a prostheses, and finding hope in his cancer experience.
Chris talks about evaluating his symptoms and pushing his doctor to figure out why he was in pain. He also discusses his relationship with his family and how fortunate he feels that he didn’t lose his fertility.
Curtis discusses talking about fertility with his doctor, learning to communicate with his health care team, and facing challenges when he tried to find a job.
Hugo talks about his experience with physical rehabilitation, sadness and depression, and survivor guilt.
Jeff talks about living with uncertainty, telling others he is a survivor, and health insurance concerns.
Jon talks about body image, the relationship with his girlfriend, and setting priorities in his life.
Michael talks about how he prepared for possible infertility before his treatment began, how he finds meaning in his cancer experience, and how he gives back to the cancer community.
Neil talks about how his treatment for cancer caused aftereffects, like lymphedema and neuropathy, later in life. He also discusses how he handles living with uncertainty.
Terry discusses dealing with the aftereffects of chemotherapy, dating and new relationships, and his relationship with his family.
Tim discusses losing his mother to lung cancer, dealing with survivor guilt, and out-of-pocket expenses.
- MEN: 30s
Chris discusses accessing quality care, setting priorities in his life, and practicing healthy behaviors.
Craig talks about the discrimination he experienced at work, the importance of getting a second opinion from another doctor, and how he works closely with an endocrinologist to help his body function well after treatment.
Dan is a Hodgkin's disease survivor.
Dan talks about accessing quality care in Alaska, the relationship with his wife and children, and meeting other survivors.
Eric talks about changes to his lungs after surgery, meeting other survivors, and living with uncertainty.
Greg talks about how he deals with graft vs. host disease, how he prepared for possible infertility before his treatment began, and how he finds meaning in his cancer experience.
Ian talks about accessing quality care from Alaska, experiencing aftereffects of treatment, and the process of applying for Social Security benefits.
Jim is a brain tumor survivor.
Jim discusses using biological therapies for treatment, talking to his son about cancer, and working to change public policy for survivors.
Joe talks about how he learned to depend on his emotional support system, how physical changes to his face affected his body image, and the cognitive changes he experienced due to his treatment.
Lance talks about how having cancer can encourage people to maintain a healthier lifestyle, how he deals with uncertainty in his life, and how hope can help people during their survivorship.
Luis talks about accessing quality care in America, dealing with the idea of death and dying, and the relationship with his family.
Mike talks about how he dealt with finding out his treatment made him infertile, how he finds meaning in his cancer experience and how hope has helped him during his survivorship.
Mike discusses the changes to his lungs due to treatment, exercise, and communicating with his health care team.
Mitch talks about dealing with fatigue, making sure his feelings about resuscitation are known, and finding meaning in his cancer experience.
Octavio talks about how important it is to ask your health care team about potential aftereffects. He experienced fatigue without knowing what it was. He is also at risk for cardiotoxicity. He talks about how he adjusted to his life after cancer.
Patrick talks about health insurance concerns, telling others he is a survivor, and dealing with death and dying.
Scott discusses his participation in a clinical trial, dating and new relationships, and setting priorities in his life.
Steve talks about experiencing survivor guilt, the importance of clinical trials, and working to change public policy for cancer survivors.
Steven discusses managing his fertility options, getting involved in the cancer community, and participating in LIVESTRONG Day on Capitol Hill.
- MEN: 40s
Bob talks about how he has dealt with chronic pain, how he feels when he goes in for check-ups, and how being an athlete helped him get through his treatment. He also discusses the support he receives from his wife and his community involvement.
Chris talks about his participation in a clinical trial, accessing quality care, and finding a counselor to deal with his emotional issues.
David talks about the importance of clinical trials, setting priorities in his life, and the relationship with his daughters.
Jerry talks about getting involved in the cancer community, telling others about his survivorship experience, and finding meaning in his life.
Len talks about accessing quality care, managing family finances, and practicing healthy behaviors.
Mark talks about experiencing the aftereffects of cancer treatment, managing a compromised immune system, and participating in LIVESTRONG Day.
Mark talks about navigating the health care system, dealing with survivor guilt, and the relationship with his family.
Matthews talks about receiving a stem cell transplant, setting priorities in his life after treatment, and spirituality.
Michael discusses the changes to his bones, managing chronic pain, and returning to spirituality.
Raymond talks about experiencing aftereffects of treatment, facing employment discrimination, and finding emotional support.
Richard discusses his participation in a clinical trial, exercising to maintain strength, and anger.
Rick talks about telling his co-workers that he had cancer, how he dealt with his medical bills, and how his fears of recurrence lessened over time.
Tom discusses accessing quality care as a resident of Alaska, dealing with his body image, and changes to his teeth and mouth.
- MEN: 50s+
Brian talks about how he finds meaning in his cancer experience, how he deals with side effects like lymphedema, and how he works with a mental health professional for help with his depression.
Brice discusses dealing with sexual dysfunction, his fear of recurrence, and setting priorities in his life.
Charles talks about the exercising he does to stay healthy, the sexual dysfunction he experienced after prostate cancer, and how he dealt with getting a second cancer.
David talks about experiencing aftereffects of treatment, living with uncertainty, and planning his medical future.
Harold talks about the fatigue, sexual dysfunction and incontinence he experiences due to his treatment. He also discusses how being in a support group with other people his age has helped him during his survivorship.
Jerry is a melanoma survivor.
Jerry discusses the changes to his lungs and how it has affected his exercise, dealing with the emotional effects of cancer, and living with uncertainty.
Jerry talks about the activities that help him manage stress, how he dealt with a second cancer and how he depends on his spirituality during his survivorship. He also talks about the sexual dysfunction he experiences due to his treatment.
Jim is a prostate cancer survivor.
Jim talks about the difficulties of living with sexual dysfunction, how he stays involved in the cancer community, and how he manages the symptoms of urinary incontinence.
John discusses living with the uncertainty of a recurrence, finding spirituality through his experience, and applying for Social Security Disability.
John talks about getting his strength back after treatment, returning to work, and trying to live one day at a time and enjoy the simple things.
Larry talks about maintaining healthy behaviors during treatment, experiencing aftereffects of treatment, and facing family financial issues.
Mortimer talks about the challenge of caring for his ostomy, his relationship with his wife, who was his caregiver, and his community involvement.
Perry talks about how he deals with sexual dysfunction, changes to his lungs due to chemotherapy, and survivor guilt.