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BY Corey Ellis

Before my cancer diagnosis, I used to think that death steals life from us. Now I realize that it’s the other way around; death is the constant, and life is ephemeral, brief and easy to lose. While this might sound dark, coming to this conclusion actually has helped me better appreciate what I have and inspired me to lead a healthy lifestyle after cancer.

In July 2013, I was diagnosed with stage IE extranodal N/K T-cell lymphoma...

Cancerwise blog post: Lymphoma survivor improves health habits after treatment

BY Mena El-Sharkawi

As an attorney, Corey Ellis has endured strict deadlines and harsh hours. All of that, though, pales in comparison to the stress he experienced...

BY Britt Reddy-Cables

My T-cell lymphoma and acute lymphoblastic leukemia diagnoses came towards the end of summer break during my sophomore year of college. While...

BY Jaymee Fiskum

I wasn't the only one diagnosed with anaplastic large T cell lymphoma small cell variant (ALCL) in May 2013. My entire family took on my cancer journey as if it was their own.

Because of them, I consider myself lucky -- as weird as it may sound. I have so much support in my life. It motivated me to fight harder. I couldn't let myself down, but I couldn't let all of them down either.

How my family helped me cope with...

BY Lauren Graham

At age 20, I never imagined that I would have cancer. I was just figuring out what I wanted to do with my life: I'd decided to be a nurse....