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both sides
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We celebrate World cancer Day and those people who hold us up on that cancer journey and beyond. They are friends, co-workers, family and even online connections to keep us in touch with the world outside. My 3 foot world is my current struggle. In cancer treatment after cancer treatment and finding the resilience to manage beyond that, we count on these people - our co-survivors

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both sides
by both sides

Art is Therapy - take the time and let your mind free to create. When we are knocked down physically and emotionally, it can be challenging to find positivity and freedom from worry as well as disabilities. Whether it is colouring, finding quotes with a photo, collaging in mixed media or sewing, let’s feel good and create.

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riding shotgun
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“Four years, one month, and 13 days. 215 weeks. 1,505 days. 36,120 hours. 2,167, 200 minutes. 130,032,000 seconds. No matter how you count it is at once immediate and distant.” — DK I began writing this post on the four-year anniversary of Katie's diagnosis. I postponed finishing it until we had the…

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Recognize someone special: Nominate them for the Facing Cancer Together Co-Survivor Award facingcancer.ca/award https://t.co/BNVdoByMMR2016 02 05 · reply · retweet · favorite

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NEW POST by @DrBothsides | My 3 Foot World bit.ly/1nLT4q0?utm_co…2016 02 05 · reply · retweet · favorite

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No 1 diet can prevent the dreaded 'C', but how 'bout if there were things that could help? Bring on that cup of joe! huff.to/1KsL4oq?utm_co…2016 02 05 · reply · retweet · favorite

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Tell us about your special supporter: nominate them for the Facing Cancer Together Co-Survivor Award facingcancer.ca/award #WorldCancerDay2016 02 04 · reply · retweet · favorite

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Who has been your biggest supporter since your diagnosis? Tell us about your co-survivor -- don't be afraid to brag a little!

My best friend forever Shirley has been my staunch supporter since the first day I found the ‘lump’ which became breast cancer and is still my greatest cheerleader 2+ years since I danced with NED. She listened when I needed to vent, she held my hand when I was in pain, she let me cry when I was overwhelmed, she took me to the hospital…

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