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Taylor Swift’s “New Year’s Day” is not only seasonally appropriate, but it touches on my own struggles in a marriage doomed by cancer.
A holiday guide for those with serious illness and their loved ones, by Adam Hayden, who lives with brain cancer.
These Hannukah latkes include turmeric, which cancer researchers are studying for its possible anti-cancer properties.
Enjoy this Thanksgiving in moderation. But know that I have a recovery guide for getting you back on track no matter how your holiday looks.
Experts urge people to celebrate virtually but say if individuals choose to meet, they should wear masks and socially distance.
The American Institute for Cancer Research provides a Thanksgiving menu full of cancer-fighting foods.
Doctors and health officials share advice on how to handle Thanksgiving during the pandemic.
Chances are, whether you are a patient or caregiver, you have been stronger in the past year than you thought you were capable of.
Whether for a loved one in treatment for cancer, a caregiver or even yourself, these gifts are sure to brighten up the holiday season.
Just because I look quite healthy does not mean that I am. To quote my oncologist prior to chemo, “You had no idea how sick you were.”
Being told my surgical appointments were at an end was my first kind of untangling from my frequent follow-ups at Sloan.
I have to say that 2018 was a learning experience for me; I found a way to balance out my fears and stay focused on today.
Wishing everyone all the best for 2019 with some photos and video I took at the iconic Hotel del Coronado.
May God continue to bless me and my family, and to many many more years in good health!
A roundup of gifts that give back
What happens when the rational, level-headed girl I used to be starts to lose her mind?
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