Linda found that the lessons she learned early in life helped her fight challenges later with addiction and recurrent ovarian cancer
Test anxiety and fear of recurrence kept Mary on edge for years, but thankfully the intensity of the experience faded with time.
Life is messy, especially when you are caring for 10 cats, three rabbits and a sick husband in the middle of your own cancer.
When she lost over 100 pounds, Deborah wondered, was it the dieting or was she dying from her recurrent cancer?
When cancer becomes chronic, coping becomes a habit.
For Fatima, a cancer diagnosis changed her sense of everything in a matter of hours.
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.
Five recurrences, 88 chemo treatments and 19 million radioactive particles, but who's counting?
Strong and self-reliant, Diane thought she could cope with anything on her own, but not cancer...
After spending her anniversary in the hospital, the uncertainty of slow-growing cancer keeps Nancy on edge.
A near death experience is preparation for cancer, but not its side effects.
Battling multiple cancers over 15 years, Angela can handle whatever the news brings.
Carol finds strength in family, faith and going to the woods...
Coping with cancer is like being tossed in the rapids.
Third time's the charm for Anne's ovarian cancer.
What's the worst that could happen? After cancer, anything is possible.