I take a good, hard look at my mental health and ask myself – Am I really doing my best?
Your cancer story has the potential to help someone else through their own experiences. It may even help you in your own healing.
I find three big themes in Spotsylvania County and American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life 2019: Stories, Hope, and Journey.
Dan Duffy and and I are two testicular cancer survivors, with many commonalities in our stories and mission.
Back in the 1970s, testicular cancer used to be a death sentence. Thanks to the work of Dr. Lawrence Einhorn, now it’s one of the most curable cancers.
I always say I am surviving cancer. I will never say I survived cancer, because that seems too final. For me, it’s an ongoing process.
The holidays pose different challenges to cancer patients, but they still deserve to have a jolly time. Here are some ways to help them find the cheer.
Every wish there was a guide about how to talk to a cancer patient? It’s not an easy thing to do, but two cancer survivors wrote this guide to help.
I got a lot of support from medical staff, family, friends, and more during my cancer experience. Now, it’s my turn to say thank you.
Being told that you’re now in remission from cancer doesn’t mean you get back to your previously scheduled programming. It’s a new start.