Living With Cancer
Cancer stories can be empowering and hopeful to those who are living with cancer. When a cancer diagnosis has touched your life, turning to living with cancer stories can be a helpful strategy for focusing on a positive, healthful future.
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When Casting Crowns lead singer Mark Hall was stricken with cancer, he thought it was a private battle. He soon learned otherwise.
Carol Kuykendall relates how she and her husband, Lynn, relied on faith, family, friends and the love of a devoted golden retriever to emerge from their respective battles with cancer.
The award-winning actress and singer discusses the "Warriors in Pink Powered by Ford” programs that assist those dealing with breast cancer and offers her own tip for helping a friend who is battling the disease.
Rev. Percy McCray Jr., Director of Spiritual/Faith-Based Programs for Cancer Treatment Centers of America, explores the role of nutrition in preventing—and battling—cancer.
There are plenty of foods people swear by when it comes to preventing cancer but how can you tell what really works? Here are eight foods proven to do the job.
Dr. Len Lichtenfeld of the American Cancer Society shares the simple things everyone can do to enjoy the warmer weather while still keeping their skin safe.
When diagnosed with uterine cancer, she decided to keep a journal to keep friends and family updated on her condition. The entries, infused with her rich sense of humor, lightened the load for everyone concerned.
Poor diet and inactivity are 2 key factors that can increase a person’s cancer risk. The good news is that you do something about it.
As she shared in her story in the June 2016 issue of Guideposts, Debra Downing, after being diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2014, relied on her sense of humor and her belief in God to get through her difficult and painful chemotherapy sessions.
Lora Scantling's photo of three little girls battling cancer went viral two years ago. Now she's using her camera lens to change the way we look at the disease.