Support groups: A cancer patient's best friend
Like many cancer patients, Mike Snyder originally shrugged off his doctor's suggestion to join a support group. But after his bone cancer returned, a co-worker invited him to join one.
A melanoma survivor's take on tanning beds
After tanning three times a week starting at the age of 15, Cheri Huber was diagnosed with melanoma in her mid-30s. Now cancer-free and a mom of two young girls, she's a strong supporter of a new Texas law that prohibits minors from using tanning salons.
After chordoma: Coping with anger and change
After two surgeries, feeding tubes, trouble forming words and uncontrollable anger, chordoma survivor Hank Lech just wanted to be back to "normal," not his "new normal." Hank Lech's anger grew day by day after his chordoma diagnosis and treatment.
Falling off the edge of a cliff
At 20 months out from her last chemotherapy treatment and 15 months from her last medical procedure for uterine cancer, Marcy Kurtz knew she was a cancer survivor in name. But she struggled to move forward.