The days before, the day of, and the days after.
The five-time gold medalist talks battling testicular cancer.
This is what everyone says the moment they learn about my cancer history.
Laughter and positivity spilled into every aspect of this ovarian cancer survivor's journey.
In the hour of your greatest need, the best thing you can do for your mental health is find your tribe.
“Rare and deadly.” Not exactly the two words you want to hear.
Charlie says attitude is everything.
Having Cancer Means Learning to Be Selfish – And That’s OK!
I survived cancer, and I sometimes wonder why I was spared.
There are times when a person must fight for the good life.
Coping with a mysterious late effect of radiation treatment.
Yes, fun and games. That’s how I wanted my treatments to be seen.
With my survival comes a responsibility to do something with this gift of days I have been given.
Four words spoken by my doctor altered the course of my life, and three sentences uttered by a stranger helped me learn how to embrace it.