Survivor

For Men with Prostate Cancer

For Men with Prostate Cancer

Can exercise buffer the cognitive effects of hormone therapy?
Eating Well during Cancer Treatment

Eating Well during Cancer Treatment

After a cancer diagnosis, most people want to know what changes they should make in their diet.
Say YES to Your New Possibilities after Cancer

Say YES to Your New Possibilities after Cancer

Somewhere in the midst of these uncertainties, something beautiful happens.
You Can Choose What to Do with Your Next Chapter

You Can Choose What to Do with Your Next Chapter

No matter how much time we have, we can make the most of it – right here, right now.
10 Tools for Coping with Stress

10 Tools for Coping with Stress

Here are 10 tools to use when coping with stress.
What about a Support Group?

What about a Support Group?

Contrary to what you might believe, cancer support groups don’t have to be pity parties.
Determined to Live

Determined to Live

I was 27 when I was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma. I had known something was wrong.
Live the Life You Love

Live the Life You Love

Holy shit, I am a cancer survivor. Five years after my diagnosis, I am finally able to embrace those words.
When a Grandparent Has Cancer

When a Grandparent Has Cancer

There are many excellent resources for talking to children when a mom or dad is facing cancer. But what if the person with cancer is a grandparent?
When Survival Isn’t Enough

When Survival Isn’t Enough

There is more to you than your cancer diagnosis and treatment regimen, here's what to consider when creating a cancer rehabilitation plan.
Facing the Challenges of Cancer as a Young Adult

Facing the Challenges of Cancer as a Young Adult

How you can make the most of your time in treatment.
How I Handled Hair Loss with Joy

How I Handled Hair Loss with Joy

I handled the complete loss of my hair with joy by having fun with the halos, hats, and wigs.
Money for the Toll Road

Money for the Toll Road

Managing emotions after a cancer diagnosis harder than you thought?
Ready for Retirement?

Ready for Retirement?

For cancer survivors, the transition from working to retirement is full of challenges and opportunities.
Easing the Pain of Cancer

Easing the Pain of Cancer

These pain management strategies can help draw your attention away from the pain, improve your mood, and reduce the impact that pain has on you.
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