• SURVIVORSHIP - TODAY - What it's Like to Live with Cancer

    Episode 2: Healing the Mind

    Healing the Mind
    Episode 2

    Healing the Mind

    Overcoming Barriers
    Episode 1

    Overcoming Barriers

    Today, more people who are diagnosed with cancer are able to live with the disease.

    Despite this progress, research is only beginning to understand how cancer impacts us over time.

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    Of the nearly

    17 million

    cancer survivors in the U.S. today, only 15 percent feel very prepared for life after treatment.

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    "I felt like I had no safe haven to share my feelings, and that left me in a very lonely place."

    Amy Wu, Advocate and Cancer Survivor

    If you or someone you know is living with cancer, these resources may offer helpful information and support.

    Patient & Caregiver Resources
    Young Adult Resources
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    "I'm emboldened by the idea that cancer may cease to be a death sentence in my lifetime."

    Sterling K. Brown, actor, TWO-TIME EMMY AWARD WINNER
    THIS IS US, BLACK PANTHER

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    "Physically, I'm cancer-free, but mentally, I'll never be the same."

    Justin Birckbichler, Advocate and Cancer Survivor

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    "We’re better together. We need to share our stories."

    Bin McLaurin, Advocate and Cancer Survivor

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    "People assume that when treatment is over, you're fine. Survivors know a different story."

    Sara Goldberger, Cancer Support Community

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    "As more patients survive late-stage cancer, we need to better understand their unique needs."

    DR. MORGANNA FREEMAN, MEDICAL ONCOLOGIST AT CITY OF HOPE NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

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    "After living with cancer for 30 years, so much is still out of my control."

    Ryan Hamner, Advocate and Cancer Survivor

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    "Cancer has played a role in every decision I've made."

    JAMIE LEDEZMA, ADVOCATE AND CANCER SURVIVOR

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