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How to engage in a conversation (especially with someone who has an illness) that is sincere, vulnerable, maybe even intimate.
Boundaries can be really hard to establish between patients and their doctors.
These individuals work to ensure fair opportunities to prevent, treat and survive cancer.
A charismatic hockey player who was dedicated to friends and family, James Patrick Stowe still inspires others facing testicular cancer.
We too must be willing to accept the limitations of those without cancer and still love them for the flawed individuals that they are.
It is of near-equal importance to understand the many things that those of us with cancer would really prefer if you did not say.
Since I will never leave this world without cancer, it is finally time that I accept the language spoken by my fellow cancer travelers.
Sharing your story of cancer’s impact is critical to you and to others.
I recognize that I feel powerless. Without claiming too much, I imagine my spouse to feel powerless, too.
American Cancer Society study finds patients who were satisfied with communication had better health results at lower cost.
The networking service is full of people who know people who you may want to work with.
A truly informed patient experiences improved quality and prolonged length of life because informed patients make better decisions.
I had told close friends and family that testicular cancer was suspected. Now that it was confirmed, it was time to tell more people.
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