Dr. Lynette Denny shares what it was like being diagnosed with cancer, how a recurrence many years later changed her approach to coping, and the disparities in care she’s witnessed as an oncologist.
In this “Voices on Cancer” post, stage 4 esophageal cancer survivor Dana Deighton shares what it was like receiving an advanced diagnosis, how she advocated for herself during treatment, and how her diagnosis led her to a career in patient and research advocacy.
In this podcast, Dr. Frank Penedo interviews esophageal cancer survivor Rachael Kearney about her experience being diagnosed with cancer, how she coped with side effects from treatment, and her advice for sharing your cancer story.
Metastatic breast cancer survivor Reverend Tawana Davis, PhD, shares what it was like being diagnosed with advanced cancer, how she coped with treatment side effects, and how she is choosing to live with gratitude.
Survivor Rachael Kearney describes what it was like being diagnosed and treated for esophageal cancer, how she adjusted to the life changes her treatment brought, and how her cancer diagnosis led her to finding a new life purpose.
Psychologist and cancer survivor Dr. Cordelia Galgut shares what it’s like living with the fear of cancer recurrence, why the fear of recurrence is often misunderstood, and what survivors can do to cope.
Pancreatic cancer survivor Dr. Rachel Orgel describes what it was like being diagnosed with cancer as a teenager, how she coped with multiple recurrences, and how she navigated finding her new identity post-cancer.
Composer and multiple myeloma survivor Ed Hartman shares how having creative outlets like music and writing have helped him manage the mental and physical impacts of his cancer diagnosis and treatment.
In this “Your Stories” podcast from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, 2-time cancer survivor Mai Achong discusses the importance of listening to your body and advocating for yourself during cancer, managing fertility concerns, and finding support.
Radiation oncologist and cancer survivor Dr. Arthur Hamberger shares how being diagnosed with cancer led him to a career in oncology, what it was like being diagnosed with multiple cancers 45 years later, and his advice on coping with a cancer diagnosis.