There is nothing glamorous about cancer, but Jillian found a way to look and feel glamorous despite the disease and its treatment.
Chanda was shell shocked when she heard the diagnosis, but felt lucky that the only thing she had to worry about was getting well.
Traci bears the weight of her metastatic breast cancer by baring it all to help others.
With humor and loving support, Charlotte learned she was stronger than she had imagined.
Denial, and the quiet support of those he loves, helped Tony cope with three cancer scares.
When cancer becomes chronic, coping becomes a habit.
For Fatima, a cancer diagnosis changed her sense of everything in a matter of hours.
Getting through cancer was a process. But for Larry, the anxiety lingers even if the process is over.
For an optimist like Robin, it's impossible to imagine a bad outcome, so even cancer is "just a blip."
BRCA positive status and a prior abortion complicate Brenda's cancer anxiety.
Empathy and caring support make coping a little easier when the diagnosis is cancer.
Getting married in the hospital was never in David's plans, but neither was AML.
Sometimes, even the expected is unexpected—the what and the when can be the surprise.
Devastated but determined, Terri turned cancer's limitations into a world of possibilities for herself and others.
Is is worth risking a life to start a new one? Có đáng để mạo hiểm một tính mạng để bắt đầu cho một sự sống mới?
Five recurrences, 88 chemo treatments and 19 million radioactive particles, but who's counting?
Neither professional expertise nor prior experience prepared Catherine for the anxiety of her diagnosis.
Strong and self-reliant, Diane thought she could cope with anything on her own, but not cancer...