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Why Is Cancer Advocacy Important to Me?
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No matter how hard you push, advocacy can fall on deaf ears, especially among men. Here’s how I am changing the narrative.
Finding the Light in a Heavy Journey
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Some people think I’m crazy for making light of such a serious issue, but this is how my husband and I have handled this journey.
Finding Peace Through Painting
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US Air Force veteran and cancer survivor Stanislaw Slanda shares 3 exquisite paintings that capture the beauty of light and shadow.
Living a Life Undefined by Cancer
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My aspiration to be a loving husband and father, as well as an eager preceptor and mentor, was the same after my diagnosis as it had been before. We can choose to live a life undefined by cancer.
The Terminal Phase of My Dad’s Battle with Cancer
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A daughter’s remembrances of the difficult times is overshadowed by the remembrance of his beautiful smile.
Requiem for My Breasts
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From grateful to paranoid, betrayed to apprehensive, disfigured to hopeful, Maire Marran beautifully describes the multitude of feelings after undergoing bilateral mastectomy.
The Empowered Patient: Improving Digital Health Literacy for All
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Struggling to manage your healthcare online? The Patient Empowerment Network has a free program to teach you the basics of digital technology.
Cancer Survivorship and the Holidays
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Allison Harvey, MPH, CHES, and Mandi Pratt-Chapman, MA, provide some insightful strategies to help you be present and kind to yourself during this holiday season.

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