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The singer is currently battling metastatic breast cancer.
“Early on, I read about some cancer patients who get hung up on ‘why me?’ My response was ‘why not me?’”
Teri Price wants to empower men to be part of their health journey, in memory of her brother, Greg Price.
When the priest spoke about the dead and the many who continue to die from 9/11-related illnesses, I wept.
How do you handle the world of what if? What do you do to help yourself not go down the road of negativity? For me, it’s staying busy.
In our brain-tumor community, each of us spend countless hours wondering what we will do when we receive news of a “bad scan.”
The “Queen of Soul” lost her battle with pancreatic cancer.
Cancer doesn’t discriminate and it’s completely and utterly unpredictable. It isolates you and then it takes your friends.
This fear isn’t related to cancer alone. It’s a realization that part of being human is to know that we will someday pass on.
Cancer cells can be retrieved during such autopsies and kept alive, allowing researchers to experiment with ways to treat — or kill — them...
Now, I’ve lost someone I knew in real life, too.
An op-ed suggests that technology can make death worse for people with cancer and other terminal illnesses.
Researchers urge against overreliance on nontraditional treatments.
We the terminally ill have a responsibility to bring discussions of death into the lights of conversational norms.
“Sent from my iPhone” isn’t just a status, or to indicate traveling correspondence, but to assert, “I may be nauseated, but I’m not...
If we are to make sense of suffering, we first must make sense of our selves, regardless of what suffering may lie ahead.
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