• Prostate Cancer
    When Your Husband Has Prostate Cancer

    Women whose husbands receive a prostate cancer diagnosis are often the ones researching treatments, advising their husbands, and offering emotional support throughout treatment. Unlike wives of husbands who may be fighting other diseases, couples confronting prostate cancer...

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  • Living with Cancer

    No one could have expected decades ago that there would still be so many people living with cancer. With scientific advances, research and funding, many would have assumed we would have a world cured from these terrible...

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  • How a Healthy Diet Benefits Those with Mesothelioma
    How a Healthy Diet Benefits Those with Mesothelioma

    Mesothelioma is a difficult and particularly aggressive form of cancer that originates in the protective lining inside of the lungs. It can cause tremendous harm to the body, and early detection and management is key to treating...

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  • Off the Mountain, Back to Life

    By Cindi McNair— What an incredible experience Machu Picchu was this summer! It was an amazing adventure I embarked on with a team of 20 people, most I had never met. I, like so many, am a...

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  • When Life Gives You Lemons, Smile!

    By Joy Stephenson-Laws, JD, Founder— Here is one instance where life gives you lemons, and it’s actually a good thing. You don’t even have to make lemonade. Lemons, a popular citrus fruit, are about as sour as...

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  • My Role of a Lifetime: Lung Cancer Caregiver

    By Marilu Henner— From the big screen to the stage, I’ve played a variety of roles over the years. But perhaps the most important role was as a caregiver to my husband, Michael. More than a dozen...

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  • 6 Things You Can Do Now to Reduce Your Cancer Risk
    6 Things You Can Do Now to Reduce Your Cancer Risk

    By Corinne Keating— A cancer diagnosis can be terrifying at any age. While treatments have come a long way and cancer does not mean a death sentence, the best way to beat cancer is prevention. There are...

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  • Edie Sundby
    #LivingYourBest Life – Cancer Survivor Edie Sundby’s 1600-Mile Journey to Spiritual Healing

    By Vanessa Sheets– When Edie Sundby’s doctors diagnosed her with stage 4 gallbladder cancer and told her she had three months to live, she decided that she wasn’t going to let cancer kill her spirit. In her...

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  • 22 Senior Health Risk Calculators for Healthy Aging

    By Jasmine Dyoco– Whether for yourself or for a loved one, these calculators are a starting point for becoming an advocate for healthy aging. Use them to assess an existing concern or even to develop effective vocabulary...

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  • Chemo and Back Again by Andrea Fairbairn
    Chemo and Back Again

    Excerpt By Andrea Fairbairn, The Joy Assignment www.thejoyassignment.com –   I was diagnosed with breast cancer on my 39th birthday in 2007. Being my birthday is kind of beside the point but in retrospect I think is symbolic...

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  • A Different Kind of Oktoberfest: Wear It Pink 2014

    By Jen Birch – Coming Together in the Fight Against Breast Cancer Image courtesy of USAG- Humphreys  (via Flickr Creative Commons, some rights reserved) Women over 50 hear it time and again: once you reach a certain...

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  • What Are The Best Exercises For Cancer Patients?

    By Mirabai Holland – In my practice, I consult with women who want to exercise but have health issues that make them uncertain as to how much they should do. Recently I had a client who said,...

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