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Yoga has officially surpassed trendy and entered the mainstream - offers many benefits to cancer patients and survivors.
Cancer survivors and caregivers find solace and purpose in writing about their experiences with cancer.
Living and thriving through the blessings of exercise and family. Lung cancer survivor Karen Arscott shares her journey.
What are probiotics? Answers to frequently asked questions about their use and safety in cancer patients.
A healthy diet is a source of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that the body needs to stay healthy
Create good habits for good health and survivorship.
Dr. Justin Piasecki, M.D. What you need to know to be safe in the sun!
The chemo room was a place where people came together and shared their stories.
An interview with Katie Couric about her personal story and commitment to Stand Up to Cancer and colon cancer advocacy.
From Nuestras Historias: Mujeres Hispanas Sobreviviendo el Cáncer del Seno
When Does Survivor Status Start?
College kids and cancer—not two topics most of us would immediately connect.
Robin Roberts shares the story of her cancer journey
Cancer Schmancer - in support of women's cancers.
Patti LaBelle speaks out about the loss of her three sisters to cancer and the blessing of making a difference.
LGFB - Helping women cope with appearance-related changes of cancer treatment.
Breast Cancer Survival: Coming to Terms with an Uncertain Future
The Extraordinary Friendship of a Doctor and Patient Brought Together by Cancer
Cancer Connect - Peggy Fleming: Challenge of a Lifetime
Cancer Connect - Paula Zahn – A Personal Passion
Cancer Connect - Olivia Newton-John: Living to Thrive
Laura Linney plays a cancer patient forced to reexamine her priorities in Showtime series.
Unmarried patients are at significantly higher risk for presenting with advanced cancer.
Tracy Carmon, 42 Keller, Texas
Cancer Schmancer continues to work to empower and inform.
An important part of cancer prevention is as simple as making healthy lifestyle choices
Dr. Barrie Cassileth PhD Chief of Integrative Medicine - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center explains Humor Therapy
Cancer Survivorship: Managing Pain
A cancer survivor’s personal mission to educate others about genetic testing brings her story to the big screen.
Diahann Carrol on the importance of breast cancer screening
Author Kris Carr shares advice for living with cancer and living large in spite of cancer
More Than Half of Young Adults in New Relationships Infected with HPV
Survivor Profile Nancy Sullivan
Survivor Profile - Katie Hayek
A young survivor describes her determination in the face of cancer.
Marisa Acocella Marchetto’s memoir, Cancer Vixen, tells one woman’s story of survival in graphic detail.
Jaclyn Smith’s diagnosis of breast cancer taught her the value of becoming educated about her health and the power of be
Unraveling a Genetic Legacy
Discusses her journey with breast cancer
From the Outside In
Breast cancer survivor Courtney Kapp translates personal passions into advocacy.
She Wrote the Book . . . on Advanced Breast Cancer.
Teens Take on Cancer
A Mother’s Legacy: The Lynne Cohen Foundation for Ovarian Cancer Research
Actress, playwright, and three-time cancer survivor Jonna Tamases celebrates life from center stage.
Briefly describe your diagnosis and treatment:
Several organizations provide invaluable support to patients facing chemotherapy treatments alone.
Anemia Effectively Treated with Procrit® in Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy
The most decorated female Olympic alpine skier, Julia Mancuso skis fast and embraces life with joy and balance.
I was busy as a wife, mom, and grandmother of four when I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at the age of 56.
The CanCope Program
A free online program: Learning how to manage emotions after cancer
Article sheds light on long term heart risks from chemotherapy:…
what do people think about organic food and cancer
Study confirms cancer patients use opiates responsibly and are much less likely to suffer…
transitioning to survivor status definitely brings priorities into focus.…