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.
On staying positive and active through breast cancer.
I thought of cancer as a dark cloud over me, so I was determined to find the silver lining in it.
When a milestone birthday coincides with the end of cancer treatment.
That mass was later diagnosed as renal cell carcinoma, or kidney cancer.
An ode to my breasts on the day of their deformation.
Being able to laugh has helped me to stabilize the chaos.
After seven years advocating for children with cancer and seeing first-hand what they go through, Sherry received a cancer diagnosis herself at age 35.
Looking back on lessons learned through 20 years of cancer survivorship.
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