December 2, 2016



When a Sibling Dies, or Has a Serious Illness
December 12, 2017
By Abby Ellin / The New York Times

For Kids With Cancer, Focusing on Quality of Life
July 27, 2017
By Susan Gubar / The New York Times

The Secret Language of Patients and Caregivers
June 29, 2017
By Susan Gubar / The New York Times

Ask Me Anything, Except How I'm Doing
June 22, 2017
By Sarah Lazazzero / Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Better Coping Strategies Needed for Partners of Younger Women with Breast Cancer
January 26, 2017
By Beth Fand Incollingo / Cure Today
any partners and caregivers still feel anxious years after their loved one's diagnosis, according to a recent study.

What Not to Say to a Cancer Patient
November 28, 2016
By Jane E. Brody / The New York Times

The Only Two Things You Need to Say to Someone With Cancer
September 26, 2016
By Martha Carlson / Cure Today
Forget advice, forget the stories of others with cancer, and leave silence behind you when you learn about a friend's cancer diagnosis

How To Trust a Widow
September 2, 2016
By Tricia Lott Williford

The Language of Helping a Loved One With Cancer
August 8, 2016
By Jen Sotham / Cure Today
Someone who has never experienced cancer may feel apprehensive about how to talk to someone who has been diagnosed. Here are my two cents about communicating with a cancer patient.

5 Things Your Friend Who Beat Cancer Wants You To Know
May 5, 2016
Beating cancer isn't always as "happy" as you would expect it to be- the effects of having cancer are long lasting and everyone experiences them differently

A Cancer Survivor Designs the Cards She Wishes She’d Received From Friends and Family
May 6, 2015
By Kristin Hohenadel /