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The Decision that was Hard to Make — My story about Egg Harvesting197

I was 27 years old with breast cancer and now I was unsure whether I would be able to have children someday read more

5 Ways to Evaluate Cancer Information151

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

When Cancer Strikes Early126

“I don’t understand. I’m too young for this.” read more

Just Diagnosed: Breaking the News140

Telling loved ones about a new cancer diagnosis can sometimes be a battle in and of itself read more

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

Just Diagnosed — Three Steps to Start Your Cancer Journey232

Leon described hearing the words “you have cancer” as if someone had dimmed the lights — everything faded away and he didn’t hear anything else the doctor was telling him. All he could hear were the read more

Fertility and Cancer — 5 Things to Know243

Wendy, cervical cancer survivor and her daughter, EmilieSome cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation can cause infertility. The risk of infertility is an important topic to discuss after read more