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Grief expectations

“I grieve the world from before the masks, the distancing, and the perpetual existential worry, but I also recognize that grief and love can exist all at once. I’ll be patient for what comes next.”

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Milestones

It has been five years since Anna finished her last cancer treatment. “I wasn’t sure I’d get here, so it’s a worthy place to take pause.”

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Finding purpose after cancer

Andrea’s career path was thrown off after her cancer diagnosis and treatment, but it led to an unexpected path to something even better.

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Survivor Conference 2021: Chill recap

By Marley Cameron Wow! I cannot believe it has already been more than a week since we wrapped up Young Adult Cancer Canada’s Survivor Conference 2021: Chill! As is the…

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I like big “buts” and I cannot lie

“I needed to start reframing my life and I began by reframing negative thoughts using a ‘but,’ a big round ‘but’ can have a profound impact on the way we view an idea if we place it in a useful position within a sentence. “

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We Get It: Where are the men?

Karine speaks with Dr. Anika Petrella, Dr. Jackie Bender, and YACCer Paul Silvestri about the engagement of men in health research and support programs and services.

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Here’s to a new way of life

“When I first came home from my initial three weeks of induction treatment, my proud moment was shuffling from my bedroom to the bathroom and back. Now it’s making a new lemon chicken pasta recipe!”

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