With humor and loving support, Charlotte learned she was stronger than she had imagined.
Empathy and caring support make coping a little easier when the diagnosis is cancer.
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.
Neither professional expertise nor prior experience prepared Catherine for the anxiety of her diagnosis.
Truus, who was used to the dangers of a war zone, found cancer much more traumatic.
A strong support network and years of meditation helped Christina deal with the terror of a second cancer.
Taking control allowed Thalia to get through treatment and move on.
A devastating diagnosis leads to a new perspective and new choices
Being single, self-employed and bald makes the chaos of cancer challenging.
Four cancers later, she's still playing tennis, but has so many questions...
Claire had a family history of breast cancer but was surprised by her diagnosis at age 40.