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Chemo, Surgery, and Finally Some Good News: I Beat Triple-Negative Breast Cancer During the COVID-19 Pandemic

I’m Finally Getting Surgery for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer, After It Was Almost Delayed Due to COVID-19

May 19// Cancer Coronavirus COVID-19

‘Although part of me has come to embrace this protective cocoon of the unknown, I want to wake up to good news and get on with my life.’


How My Breast Cancer Diagnosis — and the Coronavirus Pandemic — Is Finally Easing My Resentment from a Miscarriage

May 12// Cancer Coronavirus COVID-19

‘The thought of dealing with a toddler during a cancer battle in a coronavirus pandemic has finally eased some of that resentment I had with myself and others.’


Living with Stage 4 Lung Cancer During the Coronavirus Pandemic: ‘I’m Scared to Break Out of My Bubble’

May 05// Cancer Coronavirus COVID-19

Everyone is stressed about COVID-19. But for lung cancer patients like Bill Westlake, the stakes are especially high.


I’m a 35-Year-Old Mother with Stage 4 Colon Cancer. The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Postponed the Clinical Trial That Could Save My Life.

Apr 30// Cancer Coronavirus COVID-19

‘The news felt like a death sentence. Would I even be healthy enough to qualify for this trial once the world goes back to its new normal?’


Are People Are Dying From COVID-19 Because They Are Black in America? An African-American Cancer Survivor Speaks Out

Apr 23// Cancer COVID-19

We’ve long known that health care disparities have existed along racial lines. But the COVID-19 pandemic is shining a spotlight on it.


A Tale of Two Cs: I’m Battling Triple-Negative Breast Cancer During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Apr 14// Cancer

‘I don’t know if the cancer is distracting me from COVID or COVID is distracting me from cancer.’