Survivorship

Why Not Me?

Getting a cancer diagnosis is literally a kick in the gut. That kind of stuff isn’t supposed to happen to you. NOT YOU! Maybe 89-year-old Mrs. Smith who lives down the road and smokes three packs of ... Read more

Survivorship Through the Years

In the very beginning, when you’re first told you have cancer, the fear is overwhelming. Mostly, for me anyway, it was the fear of leaving my loved ones behind. How will my daughter make it through school? ... Read more

Do Ribbons Really Matter?

When I was diagnosed with breast cancer twenty years ago, I had to ask one of my nurses what the pink ribbon she was wearing stood for. I had no clue! I didn’t know anyone else with ... Read more

Dealing with Emotions After Cancer Treatment

When you have completed your treatment and your doctor says everything looks good, you will likely feel joyful, thankful and optimistic about the future. As time goes on, however, you could start to experience undesirable emotions. These feelings ... Read more

We choose to hope. Our weapons: a positive attitude, faith, hope, love, and healing.

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