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Livestrong Fertility: Serving Survivors — Preserving Legacies143

As a husband and father of two, I can say that our children have enriched our lives beyond compare and we are so grateful for them every… read more

Sharon’s Livestrong at the YMCA Story192

In April 2015, I experienced some tenderness in my breast while lying in bed on my side. I did feel something, but had just had a normal… read more

Should cancer decide whether or not you have children?188

In 2009 I was diagnosed with stage 3 cervical cancer. I was told I would immediately need a radical hysterectomy and five weeks of… read more

Fighting Through with a Fight Song213

My journey through breast cancer treatment and the people who helped me along the way read more

Easy Steps to Tackling Your Nutrition and Fitness After a Cancer Diagnosis141

Athan Schindler has been a health and wellness expert for over 10 years. He’s an Army Ranger, U.S. Army Master Fitness Trainer, Certified… read more

Is it cancer again?191

Taking comfort in my Survivorship Care Pla read more

What I Gained From My Journey Through Cancer140

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A Survivor Story: Tori Tomalia155

I am Tori, a 38-year-old mother of three, and I have metastatic lung cancer read more

Lung Cancer Can Affect Anyone165

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Karen Hertz — My Livestrong Story164

My first cancer diagnosis came in June of 2007. I was 5 months pregnant, and my husband, Jake, and I were expecting twin girls. My belly… read more

Tips for Healthy Eating During Cancer134

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One Mom’s Story: When a Husband Has Cancer146

* The following blog is reposted with the permission of Dr. David Lundin, and first appeared on BreezyMama.com on Jan 17, 2013 read more

Getting My Sea Legs Back175

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Back to Cancer Basics152

A cancer diagnosis can be unexpected and scary. When you’re hit with a sudden overload of uninterpretable medical terminology, conflicting… read more