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BY Rob Bohning

Rob Bohning is a photographer in northern California and was diagnosed with stage IV medullary thyroid cancer in September 2011. Learn more about Rob on his blog http://robbohningphotography.wordpress.com/

In August 2011 I felt a small, pea-sized bump on my right collarbone. That afternoon, I went for an annual physical exam and mentioned it to my doctor. He immediately referred me to a head and neck surgeon.

That surgeon...

BY Jennifer Manion

In February 2007, I began having headaches. My youngest daughter was about six weeks old and did not have a sleeping routine, so I blamed...

BY MD Anderson

Rhonda Armstrong Trevino, program coordinator in the Division of Pediatrics, wears two hats. She's a mom and an MD Anderson employee on the...

BY Johanna Pule - Social Work

The National Association of Caregivers describes the typical caregiver as a 49-year-old female caring for her widowed 69-year-old mother, who lives outside of the home.

For those of you caring for a young adult patient (any patient ages 15-40), you do not look like the "typical" caregiver described. The patient is not a widowed 69-year-old mother, but rather could be a 19-year-old leaving home for the first time, a...

BY Patty Corcoran

Cancer is a journey that no one wants to experience, but, by blogging, I keep family and friends up to date on my battle with intrahepatic...

BY Erica Quiroz

A breast cancer survivor born in Mexico, Eva Vega has made it her mission to educate as many Spanish speakers as she can about cancer.
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BY Anas Younes, M.D.

In the opening line of his famous book "Anna Karenina," Tolstoy wrote, "All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is...

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...

BY Dawn Dorsey

When Katie Meacham was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in early 2008, she was 25 years old and enjoying a tasty bite of the Big Apple.
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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...