A Letter From CR's Editor
On the Road With Connie
By Gwen Darien
CR's editor-in-chief hit the road with survivor Connie Mielich for a mini media tour.
A History of Survival
By Vy Vo
A family history of colorectal cancer may decrease a person's risk of dying from the disease.
By Regina Nuzzo
A new law is intended to help reduce genetic discrimination.
Clues to Neuroblastoma
By Jocelyn Rice
The discovery of a genetic link to a childhood cancer may be a first step toward new therapies.
By Hannah Hoag
For many patients' care, costs are rising.
A Humbling Journey
By Heather Alberts
Shortly after treatment for ductal carcinoma in situ, an outgoing, happy woman found herself spiraling into clinical depression.
Living With the Zebra
By James Omel
Diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a family physician prepared his family for his death. Now, thanks to new treatments, he's making plans for his future.
Caring for the Whole Person
By Kyla Dunn
Thirty years ago, psychiatrist Jimmie Holland began arguing that cancer survivors require treatment for their social and psychological needs just as much as for their cancer.
By Danny Wilcox Frazier
In rural areas that have been left behind as a result of economic downturns, hospice services offer patients the end-of-life care their families need.
By Jocelyn Selim
Judah Folkman challenged convention for decades while investigating his hypothesis about a new way to treat cancer. Today, his ideas have led to a new class of cancer drugs.
No Ordinary Life
By Jenny Song
Connie Mielich survived cancer four times but lost her right leg and a lung to osteosarcoma. Despite all she has endured, she has maintained a passion for life and helping others.
Take a Deep Breath
By Jessica Wapner
New research is exploring the power of holistic health care. Could it help you?
Coping With Cancer
By Damaris Christensen
In this first installment of a new series on faith and hope, CR explores what keeps people going in the midst of illness and turmoil.
Life With Cancer
By Stephen Ornes
Survivors face unique challenges in the workplace.
Life With Cancer
By Alanna Kennedy
A couple blog about their young daughter's experience with acute lymphocytic leukemia.
Tree of Life
By Kristi Duckworth
An artist's work celebrates survivorship.
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