March 2019 Volume 5 – Patient Stories
Rebecca Fillers was only 24 when she was diagnosed with a rare and incurable cancer. Now she struggles to find a place for herself as an adult with an uncertain future.
Breast CancerMetastatic Breast Cancer
In today’s world, most women are working outside of the home, employed in some capacity. Whether single, divorced, or married, today’s economy demands individuals to work to be able to pay their monthly living expenses, school expenses for themselves or their children, and other debts that accumulate as we transition from teens to young adults and beyond.
Colorectal CancerPatient Stories
When treatment for advanced colon cancer forced Cindy Simpson Wise to slow her busy pace, she found comfort in surrounding herself with nature’s beauty and in focusing on hope and joy.
Multiple MyelomaPatient Stories
By Jeff Pascal
Saying a few good words about cancer may seem a daunting task. However, lately it has occurred to me that my journey with cancer has some bright spots. It all began on March 17, 2014. The day you learn you might have cancer is a date you never forget.
Patient StoriesProstate Cancer
By Greg Kelly
Retiree Greg Kelly has a passion and affinity for model building.
Patient StoriesSurvivorshipWork & Cancer
“I think most entrepreneurs believe they are superhuman,” says Jonathan Passley, a business owner, husband, and new father, whose world was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with cancer at age 29.
BiomarkersPatient AdvocacyPatient StoriesColorectal Cancer
Wenora Y. Johnson, 3-time survivor, shares her cancer story and encourages patients to ask their care team about biomarker testing.
Brain CancerPatient Stories
By Melanie Kabo
"What I remember clearly is that I was supposed to have only 14 to 18 months to live. That was about 6 years ago," says Melanie Kabo.
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