BY Donna Griffard

In March 2015, I was diagnosed with cancer of the unknown primary (CUP). That means the original cancer site could not be identified.

I still don’t know where my cancer originated. But when two years of radiation therapy and chemotherapy didn’t get rid of it, I knew I needed a new plan.

There is very little information online about cancer of the unknown primary, and my local doctors couldn’t find any new treatments to offer...

Cancer of the unknown primary survivor Donna Griffard

BY Devon Carter

Cancer is defined by where it starts and not by where it spreads. Where it starts helps determine how it’s treated and even the way people...

BY Cookie Frank

In early 2020, I started experiencing front-facing falls. I didn’t have any other symptoms, though, so I didn’t think much of it. That is,...