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Michelle Curtis writes about the day she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at 34.

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Gerrad’s blog: Dealing with chronic cancer

“…despite the frustration, I am going to do my best not to let it get in the way of living and enjoying the rest of my life, and as long as I keep reminding myself of that, it makes it just a little more easier to live with.”

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Are you a thyroid cancer survivor?

Sarah Lyons, Ph. D. Candidate OISE – University of Toronto, is looking for thyroid cancer survivors to help her learn more about the experiences of thyroid cancer survivors living in Canada and the United States.

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Localife Edmonton: Pumpkin artisans

People say you learn a lot about yourself when you go through cancer, and for the most part, I would agree with that statement. However, I think you learn a lot more about yourself when you go through cancer with a knife in your hand. To test my theory, for Courtney’s first official event as the Edmonton Localife co-leader, we decided to get everyone together in late October for a good old-fashioned Jack O-Lantern carving party.

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Any cancer, any stage, YACC’s got your back

This month, we’re going to talk about what it means to face a chronic or metastatic diagnosis in the prime of life through guest blogs, highlights of services, and info from health professionals.

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Toronto-based company giving away wigs!

Enigma Hair Inc. is launching a program that will donate wigs to men and women in the Toronto area who are “experiencing hair loss due to cancer/chemotherapy or autoimmune disease.”

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