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Our bloggers have been there. Read their stories.

both sides
by both sides

Overcoming comfort zones, don’t be embarrassed, getting through surgery takes some good ideas and support. That’s why we are here. This time, for me, it's a hip replacement - let’s review some rules with my “Be prepared patient list".

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MalClaire
by MalClaire

A blog to acknowledge the caregivers in our lives. The people who support us no matter what.

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both sides
by both sides

A broken body gets its strength from resilience. Cancer treatment breaks our identity but after cancer treatment, the fallout of effects can keep breaking us for years to come. There is a Japanese bowl that is more valuable repaired than it was perfect. That is resilience and it is contagious.

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Expressing yourself during cancer can feel like learning a new language. lnk.al/2ssN2016 08 24 · reply · retweet · favorite

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"Cancer doesn't stop me from being a princess" 17yo Andrea regaining her confidence back one photoshoot at a time. buzzfeed.com/fionarutherfor…2016 08 17 · reply · retweet · favorite

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When she has cancer, almost no facet of her life remains untouched. Incl. most intimate aspects of her relationship lnk.al/2nA72016 08 16 · reply · retweet · favorite

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Anyone have tips to relieve dry nose from radiation? #cancer #cancertreatment facingcancer.ca/forums/viewthr…2016 07 28 · reply · retweet · favorite

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Cancer has made me stronger. Cancer has made me angry. Cancer has made me grateful. Cancer has made me introverted. Cancer has made me beautiful. Cancer has made me scared. Cancer has made me love the little things more. Cancer has made me see people more clearly. Cancer has made me sad. Cancer has made me laugh more. Cancer has made me…

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