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The nonprofit Twist Out Cancer celebrates 10 years with a Brushes With Cancer exhibition and gala.
Becoming a patient advocate during her mom’s ovarian cancer journey led to her life’s work to improve the cancer experience.
While treatment keeps her Stage IV bladder cancer at bay, Shelley Kerr, 66, taps into her creativity, making sculpture and music.
Honolulu artist Taiji Terasaki has created a project to commemorate fallen health care workers.
Barbara Premisler uses art to process her feelings and briefly escape the pressures and stress of her metastatic melanoma diagnosis.
The stories behind three sculptures inspired by a Colorado sculptor’s cancer journey.
Shelley Kerr, 65, is an award-winning bronze sculptor who lives with her husband in Fort Collins, Colorado. She has Stage IV bladder cancer.
Through her sculptures, Shelley Kerr describes the battle, journey and gratitude of living with stage IV bladder cancer.
A large, long-term study found an association between attending museums, galleries and the theater and longevity.
Making art increases feelings of pleasure and enjoyment while also reducing anxiety, perceived stress and burnout.
Rosette Becker created “About My Cancer,” a series of nine abstract works, before, during and after her lymphoma treatment
Mr. Ballsy wants to help you be on the ball with your testicular health with his Big Ballsy Comic series
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