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Coping® with Cancer Magazine
Table of Contents

July/August 2014  *  Volume 28  *  Issue 4

An independent publication written by and for
the national cancer community

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Features

18 On the Cover: Celebrating National Cancer Survivors Day®
Survivors, family, and friends worldwide gather for the 27th annual NCSD celebration.

6 Just Got Diagnosed?
Here are some ways you can prepare for the road ahead.

7 When a Grandparent Has Cancer
Parents and grandparents must work together to decide how to tell children about a grandparent’s cancer.

8 Living Well with Advanced Prostate Cancer
Learn how to manage your treatmentrelated side effects so you can get back to doing the things you love.

10 A Clinical Trial System for the Era of Precision Cancer Medicine
A report from the National Cancer Institute

12 Write Your Way through Cancer
Expressive writing lets you get in touch with everything you’re dealing with – the good, the bad, and the ugly.

      

13 I’m Not Waiting to Live
After receiving a rare cancer diagnosis, this survivor became determined to create some new statistics.

14 Know Your Options for Building a Family after Cancer
Several fertility preservation strategies are available to help survivors fulfill their dreams of becoming parents.

16 Diagnosis: CLL
Your guide to understanding how chronic lymphocytic leukemia is treated

24 Facing Illness and Adversity
Words of wisdom from “The Running Rabbi”

27 Managing Speech and Swallowing Complications
Resulting from Head and Neck Cancer

30 One Foot in Front of the Other
Find out why you should stay active through cancer.

Departments

News 9
Survivor 13, 24, 26, 29
News Brief 25, 28

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