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A Cancer Patient's Best Friend - NYTimes.com

A Cancer Patient's Best Friend

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Maya Thompson began a blog after her son Ronan’s cancer diagnosis.

The Trials of Cancer Trials

Life Interrupted: Five Days of Chemo

Life, Interrupted: Six Ways to Cope With Cancer - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: Six Ways to Cope With Cancer

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"Today I’m giving myself permission to step out of the spin zone of positivity — to stare down fear, anxiety and dread without the guilt that I might be giving up or not fighting hard enough." Life, Interrupted: Putting a Positive Spin on Cancer - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: Putting a Positive Spin on Cancer

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Life, Interrupted: Medical Bills, Insurance and Uncertainty - NYTimes.com

CureToday.com: Summer 2012 Article - "Seeing Red: Coping with Anger During Cancer"

Ink for the cause: Tattoo fundraiser helps teen with leukemia - TODAY Health

Life, Interrupted: Am I a Cancer Survivor? - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: Am I a Cancer Survivor?

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Life, Interrupted: My Incanceration - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: My Incanceration

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Life, Interrupted: Fighting Cancer, and Myself - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: Feeling Guilty About Cancer - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: Feeling Guilty About Cancer

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Life, Interrupted: Finding My Cancer Style - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: Keeping Cancer at Bay - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: Keeping Cancer at Bay

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Life, Interrupted: The Beat Goes On - NYTimes.com

Life, Interrupted: Hope Is My New Address

Life, Interrupted: Posting Your Cancer on Facebook

'Stronger': Patient turns cancer fight into viral video

Life, Interrupted: Cancer is Awkward

In this week's Life, Interrupted, Suleika Jaouad bravely shares her experience of the two very difficult weeks following a bone marrow transplant.

Picture your life after cancer. The New York Time's photos and insights about life after cancer. Join the discussion!

Picture Your Life After Cancer

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The New York Time's Patient Story on Sickle Cell Anemia. Listen Here! Sickle cell anemia is an inherited disease in which red blood cells are unable to properly carry oxygen throughout the body because of their distinctive crescent-like, or sickle, shape. The condition causes severe episodes of pain and fatigue, and it can lead to damage to the eyes and other organs.