In Dr. Jyoti Patel’s first "From the Editor in Chief" post, she discusses what got her interested in caring for people with cancer, how she’s seen Cancer.Net evolve over the years, and what her goals are for the future of the site.
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.
Marika Humphreys shares how she used a technique called “holding space” in her efforts to support her husband during his cancer treatment and how it could help other caregivers in similar situations.
In this post, 10-year-old Madison Lyublanovits (M.N.L.) shares what it was like to learn her mom had cancer and what “being brave” during this experience means to her.
In this post, Rachel Engstrom describes how she learned to cope during her husband’s cancer diagnosis and after his death, including how she found support throughout the experience.
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 Your Stories podcast from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, breast cancer survivor Kimberly Irvine discusses talking with her children about her diagnosis and how her family used the experience as an opportunity for empowerment.
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, Dr. Ann Meredith Garcia Trinidad describes how people with cancer and caregivers can best use social media for support both during and after cancer.
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.