Lily is a Hodgkin disease survivor. She talks about her relationship with her family and how she dealt with losing her hair. Her mom, Sue, discusses the importance of maintaining a treatment history.
Lisa is a kidney cancer survivor. She talks about dating and new relationships, finding hope through her life experiences and emotional support.
Lottie, a breast cancer survivor, finds hope in her survivorship. She understands the emotional effects of cancer and the struggles of returning to work after treatment.
Linda lost her mother to cancer and is a two-time cancer survivor. She discusses her experiences with the aftereffects of treatment.
Lisa is a melanoma survivor. She discusses participating in a clinical trial, relationships with her family members and practicing healthy behaviors.
Luis is a testicular cancer survivor. He talks about accessing quality health care, setting priorities and the relationship with his family.
Lindy is a two-time cancer survivor. She talks about her role in changing public policy, trying complementary therapies and accessing quality care.
Liz,a brain tumor survivor, discusses her personal experiences with the aftereffects of treatment. She also reflects on the importance of getting involved in the community, as well as managing one's health.
Luz and Martin are cancer survivors. She discusses enrolling Martin in a clinical trial, managing his compromised immune system and having hope throughout their experience.
Lindy lost her son to liver cancer. She talks about going to a counselor with her family, learning how to communicate with her husband and about helping her son with palliative care.
Lori is a lung cancer survivor. She talks about participating in a clinical trial, the emotional effects of cancer and spirituality.
Lynn, a two-time cancer survivor, discusses her double mastectomy and following concerns over body image, as well as the complementary therapies she used.