For BRCA breast cancer survivor, turning 40 means more than a mammogram

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Last month, I turned 40. Forty is a major milestone for most women: some look to it with dread, and some look to it with excitement and a bring-it-on... Read more

5 questions with the founder of StoreMyTumor

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What if tumors were the solution to cancer, instead of the problem? StoreMyTumor aims to offer tumor tissue collection and preservation... Read more

Ringing in the New Year as a cancer survivor

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This will be my fourth New Year's celebration since my cancer diagnosis back in the spring of 2013. Nearly four years since I heard the news... Read more

ICYMI: Philly.com's top cancer blogger on NBC Nightly News

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Blame the holidays for our lateness in sharing this NBC News story, starring "Diagnosis: Cancer's" most-read blogger, Tom Marsilje, talking... Read more

Cancer changes his Christmas, but can't take away his joy

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I love Christmas. Its sights, its sounds, its traditions, its childhood memories. I can remember getting SO excited for it each year as a child... Read more

How a swimming pool helped her through breast cancer treatment

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When I signed up for aquatic fitness at the gym a few years ago, I thought it could help me stay fit. I never imagined in my wildest dreams... Read more

Survivors' advice: 11 things never to say to a friend with cancer

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The next time you wonder whether it's okay to ask a friend how their cancer treatment is going, consider the story of testicular cancer survivor... Read more

Breast cancer treatment with hormone-suppressing drugs has risks, benefits, new studies show

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Estrogen-suppressing drugs called aromatase inhibitors have become an important part of treatment for postmenopausal breast cancer patients... Read more