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Survivorship

Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me: Survivorship Begins at Diagnosis
Survivorship
In 2002, Diane Heditsian was 48 years old, raising 2 children, running a life science communications firm with her husband of 23 years, and planning a walking tour of Tuscany, when she was first diagnosed with breast cancer.
The Risk of Pursuing Miracle Cures for Cancer
Survivorship
In today’s ubiquitous digital world, misinformation and false hopes can spread like wildfire as never before. John Leifer explores ways to remain smart amidst the many false myths and misleading facts out there.
Retraining Your Mind to Be Your Own Best Advocate
Survivorship
Ginger Modiri advocates the power of knowledge in today's electronic world.
Top 4 Stress Management Techniques
Stress ManagementSurvivorship
A diagnosis of cancer is a significant source of chronic stress for patients and their families, but it doesn’t have to be, according to Nancy W. Fawzy, PhD, RN, Board President of Triage Cancer, Culver City, CA.
The Benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong for Patients with Cancer
Exercise & CancerSurvivorship
Did you know that there are ways of gently exercising that can be especially beneficial for patients with cancer and cancer survivors?
College and Cancer: When Big Life Events Collide
Patient StoriesSurvivorshipWeb Exclusives
Samantha Watson was diagnosed with cancer while she was a student at Brandeis University, in Boston.
Healing Through the Arts
Stress ManagementSurvivorship
You don’t need to be an artist to experience the healing power of the arts. Many cancer survivors and caregivers use art as an outlet to help them work through the challenges of cancer treatment.
The Language of CANCER: Do Our Word Choices Give Cancer More Power Than It Deserves?
Survivorship
Faith Frankel dissects the power of words in the cancer realm, noting the importance of empowering oneself through choice of language.
My New Perspective After Losing a Leg to Cancer
Pediatric CancerSarcomaSurvivorship
Overcoming body image issues and fitting in can be difficult for any teenager, but for Josh Morkert, the challenge became even greater after a life-altering surgery because of cancer.
10 Ways to Get Engaged in Your Care
Survivorship
This column is intended to help you take control and stay engaged in your cancer care. By participating in decisions about your care, you will be able to get the greatest benefit from the health services you need.
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