Category Archives: "Surviving Cancer"
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
Cancer Survivor: How to Smoothly Transition from Your Oncologist to Your Regular Doc
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
Survivors Fail to Adopt a Healthier Lifestyle: How Are You Doing?
One thing my cancer diagnosis did for me was inspire me to make changes. After my treatments were over, I became obsessed with my health. I exercised, trained for triathlons, watched what I ate, and became educated about the toxins around me. Of course I’m not perfect, and I relapse now and then, but on
Steve Jobs: Living from the Heart
We all heard the news last night, and it seems the world is a little poorer this morning for the loss of Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs. The visionary behind such life-changing technology as the iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac, and iTunes, Jobs was only 56 years old. As many of you in the cancer