Kaye is a non-Hodgkin's lymphoma survivor. She talks about changes to her digestive system after treatment, receiving a stem cell transplant and the relationships with her husband and children.
Kristi is an endometrial stromal sarcoma survivor. She talks about dealing with infertility, employment discrimination and complementary therapies.
Laura is a neuroblastoma survivor. She talks about experiencing aftereffects of radiation therapy, maintaining her treatment history and telling others that she is a survivor.
Kelly lost her sister to breast cancer. She discusses genetic testing, what hospice means for caregivers and working to change public policy for cancer survivors.
Kristin is a thyroid cancer survivor. She talks about aftereffects of treatment, changes to her thyroid, relationships with friends and returning to work.
Laura is a cervical cancer survivor. She discusses dating and new relationships, finding a counselor and telling others that she's a survivor.
When Kim was diagnosed with brain cancer, she didn't think to ask her doctor about life expectancy or short-term memory loss. Now as a survivor, she reflects on how her kids came to mean far more than her career.
Larry is a lung cancer survivor. He talks about maintaining healthy behaviors during treatment, experiencing aftereffects of treatment and facing family financial issues.
Laura, a colon cancer survivor, dealt with a high-risk pregnancy. She talks about the experience of meeting other survivors and setting her priorities to help her daughter survive.
Kristi is a pheochromocytoma survivor. She talks about her struggle with premature menopause and the possibility of infertility, dealing with changes to her thyroid and polypharmacy.
Laura is a breast cancer survivor. She talks about what hospice means for caregivers, planning her financial and medical future and how she deals with fear of recurrence.
Len is a kidney cancer survivor. He talks about accessing quality care, managing family finances and practicing healthy behaviors.