In some ways my cancer has been a gift. It is just now, after 4 years of living with metastatic colon cancer, that I’ve been given a chance
I have never thought myself to be a physically strong person. Even now less so. My surgery and chemo have taken their toll
My breast cancer experience is three years behind me, and I very much feel cancer receding into the background. It used to be on the top of mind all of the time—every kink
Our conversation about the concept of “support” continues on, but so far it seems interesting to reflect on where the conversation has gone over the last few weeks. Some of our contributors focused their perspectives on the challenges
This month’s conversation about what “survivor” means to many of us continues on, but let’s look back on the many ideas that have come up so far, there were some disagreements…
Our discussion of “Fear” continues on “What We Talk About (when we talk about cancer)”. Before we start our new topic, “Battling”….
Our conversation about the word “Family” continues, but before we introduce our next topic word, we wanted to look back over the perspectives and comments we received thus far.
Our discussion about “Battling” continues on, but here is what we have discussed so far. This was an interesting debate, not because there was lot of disagreement about whether battling is