In this article from "The ASCO Post," colorectal cancer survivor Scott Wilson discusses how his diagnosis led him on a path to patient advocacy to raise awareness of colorectal cancer.
In this article from The ASCO Post, Dr. Mark Lewis describes how his inherited cancer diagnosis has impacted his career as an oncologist and how it’s made him better able to empathize with his patients.
In this post, teen cancer survivor Alec Kupelian discusses what it was like to be diagnosed with cancer while in college and how he learned to cope with the social isolation he felt during his cancer experience.
In this post, cancer survivor Bethany Hart discusses how she learned to cope with her survivor’s guilt by reframing the conflicting emotions she was feeling.
In this post, Emily Pinto Billcheck describes living with von Hippel-Lindau disease, a rare genetic cancer condition that has also affected her family, and how she changed her own perspective of her bravery over time.
In this post, Dan Shockley discusses how his experience in the United States Navy helped shape his mindset and prepared him to keep a positive outlook throughout the diagnosis and treatment of his hereditary colon cancer condition.
En esta publicación, el sobreviviente de cáncer adolescente, Andrés Nachón, describe lo que fue ser diagnosticado con cáncer a los 17 años, y cómo su fe y amor por el básquetbol lo ayudaron a enfrentarlo.
In this post, teenage cancer survivor Andrés Nachón describes what it was like being diagnosed with cancer at age 17, and how his faith and love for basketball helped him cope.
Lung cancer survivor Xin Zheng discusses her experience with stage IV lung cancer and how joining a clinical trial after receiving genetic testing helped stop the spread of her cancer.
Cancer survivors and patient advocates Alexandra Kalmanofsky and Dr. Mary Dominiecki discuss why talking with your health care team about negative emotions and side effects is so important, including how it may impact your care.