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How do you cope with cancer? We want to know how you take care of yourself and relieve stress during cancer treatment. Is it reading or watching movies? Getting into nature? Spending time with loved ones?

Share your story and you might appear in the Winter issue of Cancer Fighters Thrive magazine, available October 1 here and through a free subscription: http://www.cfthrive.com/subscribe.aspx.

Have a question about triple-negative breast cancer?

Ask medical oncologist, Dr. Dennis Citrin, about the unique challenges of this type of breast cancer and emerging research on new treatment options. 

Post your questions in this thread. Dr. Citrin will provide answers in the winter issue of Cancer Fighters Thrive magazine, available October 1 here and through a free subscription: http://www.cfthrive.com/subscribe.aspx

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About danademas

Caregiver, Researcher
Breast Cancer, Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, Uterine Cancer
Alternative Treatments, Clinical Trials and Research, Conventional Treatments, Prevention Tips, Recipes, Lifestyle

I’ll be posting weekly at the CancerCompass blog and I look forward to connecting with you. I've been writing about health and wellness for nearly 10 years, including several books. I currently write for Cancer Treatment Centers of America, LifeScript.com and a variety of print publications. I have personal experience with cancer in my family - my mother had uterine cancer at age 45; my uncle had non-Hodgkin lymphoma at 29; and my aunt and grandmother had breast cancer at ages 51 and 80, respectively. I feel fortunate that everyone survived their journeys. I'm passionate about prevention, healthy living and, when we do get sick, having options to tackle our illness. I would love to hear from you, so please read my posts on the CancerCompass blog and share your experiences, comments and questions. Or, follow me on Twitter: @danademas.

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