“I have what I call a ‘new normal.’ That means a different attitude towards life. I do as much as I can by eating well, exercising, and keeping my stress levels down,” says Pam.
Ginny never thought she’d get skin cancer even though she knew she had many risk factors.
“I never would have found it early if I hadn’t been screened,” says colorectal cancer survivor Robert.
“The impact of cancer doesn’t stop as soon as treatment is finished,” says Jordyn, who got cancer at age 16.
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