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Lacey_Moderator
CCS wants to understand the continuing effects of COVID-19 on people living with cancer and their caregivers (a family member or an unpaid person who provides physical and emotional care). If you are living with cancer or caring for ...
Jonaleeca
Today I went for my first mammogram since being diagnosed and treated. I was truly surprised that as the technician was getting me set up, the tears started to stream down my face. They literally came out of nowhere. At that moment, I ...
SusiToronto
Even though the first time I had cancer it was much more severe, to the point where I was in palliative care, I did not feel this weak and tired. This time, I am not as sick, but I guess my body is worn down. I just finished treatment for ...
Climbing
I am a breast cancer patient battling this disease. Dealing with the cancer has been one of the hardest things I have had to to go through. My discussion question is regarding self esteem and intimacy. The breast cancer has taken a toll on ...
Jackwb
JO-ANN WALLACE CONTRIBUTED TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 23, 2022 It had been a while since we’d had a family doctor and when we finally secured one, she sent us for the usual battery of tests. My FIT test rang a bell with the BC ...
Cea
I am not in a good place. I had a sever reaction in my hand at the intake site to chemo #3 The center has never seen this before. They had a few people come and look - and they all said “huh - never seen that before”. For the last week and a half I've ...
Jonaleeca
I finished my treatments for breast cancer (chemo and radiation) at the end of May. Since then, I have been trying to get back to normal. When I go out, I do wear a mask particularly in stores and in crowded areas outside. I have never felt ...
Liz2000
For a third year in a row, Breast Reconstruction Awareness (BRA) Day will be held virtually on Wednesday, October 19 from 7pm-10pm (EST). BRA Day is intended to EDUCATE women on their breast reconstruction options, EMPOWER women to ...
Cyf
I have been dealing with breast cancer for the past 9 months. I had a double mastectomy on January 6th, 16 rounds of chemo finishing on July 12th and 15 rounds of radiation finishing yesterday!!!! I come to this site almost everyday to ...
Jackwb
from today's Globe and Mail Cancer changed me, but I’m still the same person AMY GOTTLIEB Here I am again. Caught in the web of cancer. This time around it is harder to turn away, to forget that I am marked by, measured by, these unruly cells ...
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