The benefits of a having a positive attitude while fighting the toughest battle of your lifeby Magdalena Bujalski.
Acceptance and gratefulness are essential on your cancer journeyby Marc Buedenbender.
I was told by a doctor that I am a ticking time bomb, they had no idea when the cancer would formby Lauren Chaisson.
Never lose faith and hope. Miracles happen all the time.by Kalpana Chowdhary.
Nothing Ruins the College Experience Quite Like Cancerby Jenny Inman.
I want to break the stigma of lung cancer being an old smoker's disease and push hospitals to test as standard so more lives can be saved.by Joanna Heard.
It’s important to give yourself time to recover from the initial shock of your diagnosis before making a treatment decision.by Gogs Gagnon.
On December 19, 2018, I was told I am in remission! Wow!by Jill Hoffman.
I am past 5 years remission and live life to the absolute fullest!by Cindy Lupica .
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