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Cancer Survivor

Surviving Cancer – enduring, remain intact

Dear Diagnosis Affirmation Key

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2 thoughts on “Cancer Survivor”

  1. I do agree with all the ideas you have introduced
    on your post. They’re really convincing and can definitely work.
    Nonetheless, the posts are very short for novices.
    May you please extend them a little from subsequent time?
    Thanks for the post.

    1. We appreciate knowing more about what you’re getting out of our posts – and what you are desiring, in turn; but please explore the content under “letters” for more insight, as this post was curated using our “label re-maker” option (and meant for quick insight and maneuverability by respective authors). Furthermore, you are also encouraged to submit content anonymously; if called to explore the relationship that you have with a standing condition. During the submission process, you are invited to request narrative feedback from our blog’s manager – who can help you to delve deeper &/or to receive the empathy that you are otherwise desiring. Does this make sense?

      Until next, may you continue to explore the use of narrative medicine for personal insight, connection to common humanity and growth.

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