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BY Sabrina Dominguez

When I was 16 and undergoing treatment for a type of brain cancer called medulloblastoma, one of the best pieces of advice I got was from a nurse at MD Anderson.

Early on, LeighAnna Hutchinson told me: “Find your laugh.” It was hard sometimes, but I took her advice. I looked for every opportunity I could to laugh at what was going on. And laughing in the face of cancer was what helped me get through some hard and unpleasant experiences...

Medulloblastoma survivor Sabrina Dominguez

BY Sabrina Dominguez

I’m only 22, but I’ve already lived in so many places. Originally, I’m from El Paso, but I go to school now in College Station, which is about...

BY Sabrina Dominguez

I have a problem with the saying "Love yourself." People say it as if it could cure world hunger: "I know it's hard, sweetie...

BY Sabrina Dominguez

*Warning: Spoilers ahead*

"The Fault in Our Stars" has been my favorite book since Christmas of my freshman year of high school -- well before my medulloblastoma diagnosis. I've read it at least eight times. I've made connections that are probably just coincidences, and I've made everyone that I love read it.

"The Fault in Our Stars" is the story of smart and surly Hazel Grace Lancaster, a 16-year-old...

BY Sabrina Dominguez

"What do you want to be when you grow up?" As I grazed through elementary school, the answer was never an Olympic gymnast or an...