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BY Justin Ozuna

Justin Ozuna lives in Dallas and was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia in January 2006. He is a Texas state representative and Dallas/Fort Worth facilitator for The National CML Society and a patient at MD Anderson. His mission is to capture the ups and downs of a young adult living with cancer and to serve people through humor, encouragement, hope and adversity at his blog, theozunaverse.com.

A couple of hours after I...

Justin Ozuna

BY Ed Steger

Ed Steger is a head and neck cancer survivor. He was diagnosed in 2005 and after rough patches in 2006 and 2007 has been in remission. He...

BY Cathy Williams

Cathy Williams is a cancer survivor and former patient at MD Anderson. She and a group of volunteers paint storefront windows with pink ribbons...

BY Rachel Midgett

My story begins in January of 2009. My husband and I had been married for 11 years and I was about to turn 37.  

Life had been good to us. We had great families, friends and careers. 

We took fabulous vacations and had just built our dream home, where we hoped to raise our future family.  

We'd been trying to get pregnant for the last three years to no avail, so it was time for us to try in vitro...

Rachel Midgett

BY Janet Ruffin

Janet Hull Ruffin is an artist, arts educator and poet. She is finishing a book of poems showing what it's like to work with critically ill...

BY Mary Brolley

Getting through cancer treatment is like surviving a siege.

When it's over, many patients resume their lives and don't look back....

BY Will Fitzgerald

After a series of contentious debates about the value of the prostate-specific antigen, or PSA test as it's widely known, the U.S. Preventive...

BY Kim Benz

Once upon a time, there was a girl who grew up on the beaches of Gulf Shores, Ala. As a teenager she would bask in the warm summer sun, her...

BY Sophia M.

Continued from Chordoma, caring and coffee part 1

After chordoma
Obviously, a sense of humor has helped during the years as...

BY Cristina Rodriguez

I'm a 30-year-old non-Hodgkin's lymphoma fighter. It's not all that I am, but it's all I'm focused on at the moment. The purpose of my blog...