Cancer survivor Mal Malme shares what the experience of navigating cancer survivorship is like as a non-binary person and how institutions are changing to be more inclusive of LGBTQ+ people with cancer.
Penile cancer survivor Jonathan Little shares his experience with the disease and how turning to writing helped him cope with the challenges of his treatment and recovery.
Oral cancer survivor Eva Grayzel shares how her diagnosis gave her a new appreciation for words and how she changed the language she uses to embrace positivity after her voice returned.
Glioblastoma survivor Tom Freeman shares what it was like to be diagnosed with an advanced brain tumor and how he found a creative outlet to share his story and help him cope.
Metastatic breast cancer survivor Marianne McNally describes how genomic testing and creating a game plan with her care team has allowed her to have a sense of control throughout her cancer experience.
How Finding the Right Primary Care Physician During Cancer Has Helped My Physical and Emotional Health
In this post, metastatic breast cancer survivor Martha Carlson shares why searching for the right primary care physician during cancer was so important for her and how this doctor helps her understand and address her overall health.
In this patient story, British classical crossover singer Summer Watson shares what it was like receiving an advanced breast cancer diagnosis and how music serves as a powerful way to cope during her experience.
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.