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You Don’t Have to Walk the Journey Alone186

My name is Melissa Gilley and I am 58 years old. I’ve been married to my husband, Gary, for 41 years and we have two daughters, Rhiannon… read more

“Cancer Free” — The Best Feeling in the World244

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Easy Steps to Tackling Your Nutrition and Fitness After a Cancer Diagnosis142

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

Eating Well During and After Cancer218

It has been proven that poor diet and lack of exercise are linked to an increase in risks for cancer, but it seems that there is a new… read more

A Survivor Story: Tori Tomalia157

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

Prostate Cancer in the Rear View Mirror147

Diagnosis, dilemmas and decisions. By Malcolm Gaul read more

Lung Cancer Can Affect Anyone167

Until two years ago, I thought only smokers could get lung cancer read more

Why Second Opinions Matter144

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5 Ways to Evaluate Cancer Information153

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, you want valid and trustworthy information about the disease, treatment options… read more

A Cancer Survivor Profile: Brienne161

Right up front: I was diagnosed in January 2007 with rectal cancer. I was 39, training for a half marathon and had no family history of… read more

Tips for Healthy Eating During Cancer136

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Six Ways to Pass Time Between Rounds of Chemo151

So here you are, settling into the cancer lifestyle. Zofran in the a.m., Zofran in the p.m., Zofran when you’re nauseated and not sleeping read more

Back to Cancer Basics155

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

Ask An Expert: Cancer and Exercise168

Exercise in and around the cancer experience is an important topic. This Livestrong learning opportunity is presented by Marilyn Breedlove… read more

Heavy Stretching147

Jennifer Campisano is a mother and blogger who was diagnosed with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer at the age of 32. She is actively… read more