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Julie Silver, MD, is director of cancer rehabilitation at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston.
Until I can learn to at least like this body a little more, I can’t put myself out there, even if just for fun.
Women who’ve had breast cancer surgery were once told not to exercise strenuously to avoid lymphedema. That was the opposite of the truth.
Stage III breast cancer survivor Amanda Enayati turned her life around by seeking stories of women who beat the odds.
Ann Partridge, MD, MPH, is director of the Adult Survivorship Program at the
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
Diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer in 2016 at age 29, Jen Hodson turned to social media to cope.
Lung tumors were detected at an early stage after the justice broke her ribs in a fall.
I don’t really know if I’m OK. Sometimes I think I am, sometimes I think I’m falling into a pit of despair I can’t get out of.
Before cancer, you’re juggling everything—work, social life, money. Now I’ve almost got this clean slate on how I can start my life agai...
I pictured myself becoming this golden statue of my former self. But healing is not linear.
In writing this down, I guess I have to admit that it does make sense that I would be tired.
I’ll never forget that first run after my double mastectomy. That was one of the most beautiful days I’ve ever known.
Just when you think you have suffered every misery and indignity there is with cancer…another one comes along.
I have a worrying and an uncertain journey ahead of me but I’m thankful for all the support and love I get from you all.
A recent study on post-treatment care for young cancer survivors reveals some troubling statistics.
I am finding it’s ok to balance the different parts of me.
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