Coping with Cancer

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 with cancer.

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The Man I Love Has Cancer

Yvonne Watterson with Scott. The man I love has cancer. And, after months of deliberation, of decisions made and decisions overturned, he has begun treatment. Radiation...

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New Year, New Me

Ilse Anderson  I was on the cusp of my new life, traveling the world, growing as an artist, and exploring new avenues of spirituality. I...

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How Being an Entrepreneur Helped Me in My Fight against Cancer

Jonathan Passley  Cancer is not an opponent I expected to encounter at age 29. Most people my age aren’t forced to confront their mortality so...

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How to Find Gratitude and Hold on to It with Both Hands

Dara Kurtz. 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...

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Down the San Juan River

Claudia Foster. I have run rapids before, but never ones like these. I have breast cancer. Two months ago, a phone call changed my river’s course....

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Travel Is Part of My Recovery Plan

Bisa at Three Sisters in Blue Mountains. Before I had ever taken my first trip, I knew I loved travel. As an adult, I’ve managed to...

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The Determination I Didn’t Know I Had

Anita Wasserburger is pictured with her four grandsons. They call her Merna.  At 73 years young, I am fully enjoying my life. I am blessed...

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What Do You Get for the Person Who Saved Your Life?

Kate Houghton. My cancer journey begins like that of many young adults: I didn’t feel well. My plan was to go to the doctor and get...

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Boxer Daniel Jacobs

Daniel Jacobs shows off his World Boxing Association middleweight championship belt near the Brooklyn Bridge in his hometown of New York, NY. (Photo by Rosie...

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Aftershocks

Aftershocks, that’s what I call them. Those sudden, jarring reminders that I’ve twice danced with cancer and lived to tell the tale.  Most days, I forget...

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The Power of the Journey

Mary Sand. Seven miles outside of Grand Forks, North Dakota, on I-29 South, is a billboard, advertising a state college, that says “The Power of the...

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What’s Chemo Like?

Chris Tueart. After my diagnosis of follicular lymphoma and diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, my doctors suggested a treatment plan that included an initial course of chemotherapy,...