Susie had completed grueling treatment for anal cancer and was ready to declare victory, until she heard the doctor say, “Not so fast!”
Steve's first cancer helped him prepare for his second trial:stage 4 colon cancer.
After spending her anniversary in the hospital, the uncertainty of slow-growing cancer keeps Nancy on edge.
Eileen counts her grandchildren as blessings while battling mesothelioma.
Michael used Al-Anon tools to help him cope with recurrent colon cancer.
A near death experience is preparation for cancer, but not its side effects.
A devastating blow became congratulations for Pramod when he learned he had CML.
Truus, who was used to the dangers of working in a war zone, found cancer and numerous reconstruction procedures much more traumatic.
A strong support network and years of meditation helped Christina deal with the terror of a second cancer.
Two cancers, three failed treatments and an emergency helicopter ride— Rich is pleased to be alive.
Param turned adversity into advocacy after his diagnosis with leukemia.
Taking control allowed Thalia to get through treatment and move on.
Eric battled with feelings of isolation and depression along with his melanoma
Battling multiple cancers over 15 years, Adelle can handle whatever the news brings.
A devastating diagnosis leads to a new perspective and new choices
Tackling bladder cancer renewed Brian's self esteem and changed his life.
Carol finds strength in family, faith and going to the woods...
Coping with cancer is like being tossed in the rapids.