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“Cancer Free” — The Best Feeling in the World244

- Sampson’s Cancer Stor read more

Frontline Cancer: Facing the Enemy160

by Beth Wesle read more

Lung Cancer Can Affect Anyone167

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

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

My Journey with Brain Cancer149

by John Mahoney (this post first appeared on John’s blog www.johnfights.com and is republished here with his permission read more

Waking Up to Cancer237

- Jeff’s Cancer Stor read more

Getting My Sea Legs Back175

– by Jon Olso read more

Finding Closure: One word at a time225

I never wanted to write about cancer. But then again, who has?I was 22 years old when a scheduled exploratory surgery at the dentist’s office lead me to Texas Oncology in downtown Dallas. Not knowing read more

Don’t let cancer treatment take away your option to have a family — Emily’s story167

I was diagnosed with stage 4B Hodgkin’s lymphoma last year when I was 27 years old. I was in the best shape of my life at the time and thought I was the healthiest I had ever been, but boy was I wrong read more

Life After Cancer Treatment — 5 Things to Know243

When you finish cancer treatment, your first instinct may be to jump back into your pre-cancer life as soon as possible. It’s important to know that your body and mind may have experienced a very read more

Living Life With Eyes Wide Open249

My story starts in November, 2011. I developed excruciating pain in my leg, and after 6 months of different doctors, PT, and constant Prednisone, I was told I had stage 4 ovarian or colon cancer with read more

Finding My Warrior Armor240

In the summer of 2010, I woke with a fever that had no other symptoms. I took something for the fever and went to work. Later that afternoon the fever returned so I went to our Express Care clinic. I read more

Sharing My Breast Cancer Journey269

My name is Julie. I am a 41 year old single mom of an amazing high school freshman son. I work as a registered nurse in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and absolutely love my job caring for the tiniest read more

Health, exercise and staying connected with your body during cancer treatment236

I’m from Austin, Texas, and work as a physical therapist and Pilates teacher. I was diagnosed with Stage III rectal cancer in 2015 at the age of 43. As happens with so many individuals under 50, my read more

Embracing Every Day with No Regrets217

I was diagnosed with hodgkin lymphoma at age 26 just two weeks after giving birth to my first child. The diagnosis came as a shock as I had no idea what lymphoma was, and had not experienced any read more