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Coping® with Cancer
The magazine for people whose lives have been touched by cancer™
For 32 years, Coping has been a source of knowledge, hope, and inspiration to people worldwide. When you need positive and helpful information that relates to a specific medical condition, Coping can help.
Coping with Cancer magazine is written by and for the cancer community with help from our editors. A wide variety of professionals share their knowledge and experience in easy-to-read, relevant articles, and patients, caregivers, and survivors share their strategies for coping. Add in the latest news, FDA updates, resource lists, and exclusive interviews with celebrity cancer survivors, and the result is a publication that provides a unique editorial environment.
Coping with Cancer is read by more than 650,000 people in the waiting rooms of America’s private practice oncologists, hematologists, urologists, and cancer treatment centers. It is published six times each year and individual subscriptions are available by mail. A Waiting Room Distribution Program is available for physicians and organizations.
On the Cover: Cancer Survivor and Elite Runner Gabriele "Gabe" Grunewald Can't Stop, Won't Stop Running the Race
Gabe Grunewald is an elite middle-distance runner who has her sights set on competing in the next Olympics. She also has stage IV cancer.
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