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By tambre on October 15, 2012
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, but many survivors feel they are well aware and, instead, are ready for what’s next. While awareness is key, which has been the incredible value of the Pink Month, for those looking to take more action as breast cancer survivors, this blog is for you.
By tambre on May 15, 2012
I cross paths with a lot of amazing cancer survivors and caregivers in the work I do. Dara Insley is one of them. Check out her creative introduction to the websites she created as a cancer survivor to help others heal through humor.
By tambre on April 10, 2012
Understanding the impacts of the choice to tell or not to tell when you or a loved one has been diagnosed.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching | Tagged awareness, cancer survivor, caregivers, fear, impact, impact of cancer diagnosis, keeping secrets, making a difference, side effects, suffering in silence, survivorship, whole life impact | 6 Responses