Cancer survivorship and the sport of wrestling have at least one thing in common – there are some things you get into that you don’t know how to get out of.
Real advice from a leukemia survivor turned cancer therapist.
Being diagnosed with a type of cancer with no known cure can leave a person feeling hopeless. I felt that firsthand when diagnosed decades ago.
Communities to Recognize Cancer Survivors, Raise Awareness on National Cancer Survivors Day® — Sunday, June 3
Cancer survivors and supporters will come together to celebrate life and raise awareness of the challenges faced by cancer survivors.
A Q&A with the inspirational runner.
Four years ago, I was diagnosed with stage III breast cancer. As with every cancer survivor, my journey began when I heard my doctor say those three words: “You have cancer.”
How to stay hopeful and other inspiring advice from a pancreatic cancer survivor.
After squaring off against stage IV colon cancer, he is on a mission to raise awareness about colorectal cancer screening.
A mysterious childhood illness, cancer, three brain tumors. No matter what life throws at him, figure skating legend Scott Hamilton gets back up.
My journey back from cancer wasn’t a recovery; it was a resurrection.
I was on the cusp of my new life, traveling the world, growing as an artist, and exploring new avenues of spirituality.
Five principles for success in business and surviving cancer.
My cancer journey begins like that of many young adults: I didn’t feel well.
At 73 years young, I am fully enjoying my life. I am blessed and awed by both the challenges thrown my way and the determination I didn’t know I had until I faced them.
I’ve always been a polite person. I say “please,” “thank you,” and “you’re welcome” on a regular basis. But just because I’m courteous doesn’t mean I live with gratitude.