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Summertime… and the living (can be) easy

A diagnosis of cancer is devastating. It’s also most of the time a complete surprise. Cancer runs in most families, in some form or another, so the possibility is there for most of us at some point in our lives, … Continue reading

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How to “Take Control” of Cancer

If you watch Good Morning America regularly, then you are most likely aware of ABC News correspondent Amy Robach and her recent breast cancer diagnosis. Robach received the sad news in October after having a mammogram done on air for … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Show Support when a Loved One Has Brain Cancer

Cancer is one of the world’s most powerful, deadly diseases. Of course, you hope a loved one is never diagnosed with any form of cancer; however, with over 12 million Americans living with some form of the disease, the chances … Continue reading

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Now it’s Personal

World Cancer Day was just a couple of days ago. I write, tweet, and post about it every year, and every year it is something I take seriously, because, and excuse the pun, but cancer is dead serious. But this … Continue reading

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Resolve to Eradicate Cervical Cancer this January

Well the holidays are (mostly) over. New Years is on the horizon, and with it the creeping inkling to take stock of one’s life, and to make a list of resolutions. I’m of the mindset that regardless of where you … Continue reading

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One of the only times quitting is the goal

Typically, for many Americans, there are two times of the year when it’s most likely you’ll try to either give up a bad habit, or pick up a good one: Lent and the New Year. But every year, on the … Continue reading

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Will run for cancer

I do a fair amount of running. That’s my “extra curricular” activity. My high school gym teacher would be so proud. And when I run I get a lot of thinking done, which I think is true of a lot … Continue reading

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