Category Archives: "Surviving Cancer"
You know that quote that says at the end of your life, you’ll regret the things you didn’t do more than the things you did? Various people have said something similar, but Mark Twain may have originated the thought with the following quote: “Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things
O & N Collective and CV Skinlabs Contest Giveaway for a Good Cause: Helping Breast Cancer Survivor Start a Volunteer Non-Profit
A couple weeks ago, I published a post on breast cancer survivor Terri Wingham and her efforts to raise enough money to start her new non-profit organization for cancer fighters and survivors. Several of you have since donated to this cause-thank you! Terri still needs more funds to finish her trip, however, and I’m hoping
Breast Cancer Survivor, Terri Wingham, Finds Healing Through Volunteering Around the World-and Wants to Help You Do the Same
We all struggle with our sense of identity once the cancer is over. We know we’re not the same as we used to be, no matter how much other people may want us to be. But we may also be at a loss to figure out who we are. I want to tell you about
After cancer treatments are complete, patients are usually transferred from their oncologists back to their primary care physicians. These physicians may not be the best prepared for dealing with cancer survivorship, unfortunately. Study Shows Doctors Need More Training in Survivorship A recent study found that many doctors, particularly primary care doctors, don’t feel very confident