Hear from the supporters, warriors and thrivers themselves who have turned making a difference into their mission.
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.
Meet Bill Perez, who was first diagnosed with throat squamous cell carcinoma more than nine years ago. He calls facing cancer one of the fiercest battles of his life.
Sally Terpsma’s husband of 42 years died less than a year after his mesothelioma diagnosis. In many ways, she became his primary caretaker, nurse, and cheerleader.
Meet Dr. Jason Luke, immunotherapy’s “man of the moment” and our cover star. Luke believes immunotherapy is the future of cancer-care treatment. Is he right?