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.
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.