It can be difficult to be taken seriously as a young person. But as cancer rates continue growing in younger demographics, warriors like 21 year old Manar Kashk stress the importance of advocating for yourself and listening to your body when it comes to your health.
Musician Luke Fockler didn’t let a cancer diagnosis slow him down. Instead, he and his band, Along Came a Spider, used the “invisible disease” as a chance to provide solace for others fighting their own unseen battles.
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year campaign has begun! For the next ten weeks, Vogelzang Law and Cancer Wellness’ nominees will be working hard at fundraising in honor of local blood cancer survivors.
Her job is stressful, her marriage is on the rocks, and she’s just been diagnosed with lymphoma. “Wait, It Gets Worse” tackles the tough stuff with clear-eyed honesty and an unrelenting sense of humor.
Inspired to take charge of her health after being diagnosed with cancer, Lindsay Yarrow creates recipes that are nutrition-packed with good-for-you foods and flavors—plus, they provide everything the body needs to help fight cancer.
Edward Miskie, a musical theater actor and the author of “Cancer, Musical Theater, and Other Chronic Illnesses,” learned a lot about the power of friendship and finding one’s purpose while undergoing treatment.