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From artists and athletes to entrepreneurs and influencers, these stars have put their cancer journeys into the spotlight.

The cW Library: Fall 2021

Flipping through the pages of issue 12’s featured books will unveil the possibility of a well-balanced and full life at any point in your cancer journey. Take a peek!

Braving the Battle

Former NFL player Devon Still and United Therapeutics Oncology are teaming up through Braving NeuroBLASToma to provide a playbook for the rare childhood cancer—and for Still, it’s personal.

cW Playlist: Issue 12 – Mellow

Light a candle, grab the weighted blanket and settle into your coziest corner because it’s time to chill out! Issue 12’s tracklist features meditative melodies perfect to kick back and relax with.

Looking for the Light

Writer and artist Danielle Doby shares the lessons she’s learned about gratitude, grief and the infinite influence of cancer.

#FighterFriday: The Show Must Go On

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.

A Laughing Matter

Generally portrayed as something serious, cancer and all its taboos are cast in a new light as cartoonist Geoff Augustine helps himself and others find the funny in a diagnosis.

The cW Library: Summer 2021

From losing a husband to losing a routine, issue 11’s bookshelf features tales from supporters and warriors alike that can help you make sense of a new identity.

Over the Moon

Photographer and filmmaker Ben Moon has experienced many wild things throughout his years on the road, but a colorectal cancer diagnosis at 29 was by far one of the least expected. Now cancer-free, Moon combines vulnerability and adventure to show that even with hardship, there is still a lot of life left to live.

cW Playlist: Issue 11 – Numinous

Soak in the sights and sounds of the summer season with Issue 11’s tracklist, an…

For the Love of Baseball

After her mother passed away from cancer, Katie Russell Newland went on the trip of a lifetime for any baseball fan in order to get closer to her.