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Cancer Harbors: A Safe Harbor for Cancer Survivors

Posted on: June 30th, 2016 by
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IMG_1440 I rested my head against the window, as the train car’s soothing motion lulled other morning commuters to sleep. I was uneasy: It was my first day back to work after cancer treatment had ended, and I was officially a survivor. While I was lucky to have survived thus far, I hadn’t had a clue about Continue reading the story "Cancer Harbors: A Safe Harbor for Cancer Survivors"

Survivorship by Design

Posted on: December 4th, 2014 by
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Not long ago, Marie Ennis O’Connor of Journeying Beyond Breast Cancer posed an excellent question on one of her posts; she inquired what our particular style of illness was. She based this question on Anatole Broyard’s book Intoxicated By My Illness, where the author says, “Every seriously ill person needs to develop a style for his illness.” I left the following comment on her Continue reading the story "Survivorship by Design"