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Coping® with Cancer Magazine
Table of Contents

September/October 2015   *  Volume 29  *  Issue 5

An independent publication written by and for
the national cancer community

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6 On the Cover: Good Morning America’s
Amy Robach

The TV host opens up about surviving breast cancer, overcoming fear, and the on-air mammogram that may have just saved her life.

8 Navigating the Journey after Cancer Treatment
The cancer journey doesn’t end when treatment does. Here are some tips to help you navigate the uncharted path to survivorship.

10 Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
Answering your questions about this common nerve condition

11 Live the Life You Love
The power and strength to create the life you want lies within you. You just have to find it.

12 Occupational Therapy Helps Cancer Survivors Live Life to Its Fullest

14 Managing the Fear of Prostate Cancer Recurrence
You can’t control whether your cancer recurs, but you can control how much you let the fear of recurrence affect you.

16 Know Your Multiple Myeloma Treatment Options

25 I Survived Cancer – Why Do I Feel So Guilty?
It’s called survivor guilt. And you’re not alone in experiencing it.



26 Journaling through Cancer in the 21st Century
It’s more than just blogging.

28 Women, Cancer, & Sexual Health

31 The Ten Commandments of Coping with Cancer

32 Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Good Nutrition
Eating the right foods can make a difference in your treatment and recovery.

34 Real Housewife and Endometrial Cancer Survivor Camille Grammer Wants All Women to “Love Your Lady Parts”

37 The Healing Power of Music

38 How to Tell Your Kids That You Have Cancer
Be prepared to answer these 7 essential questions.

40 Infections Are Serious Threats for People with Cancer
Learn how to protect yourself.


News 9
News Brief 13
Survivor 15, 36, 39
Caregiver 30
FDA Update 41
Reflections 42

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