Cancer Survivor Stories
“Continue looking forward to the future, because none of us know what that will bring,” says Wenora, who has survived several cancers.
“Give yourself leniency. You have to give yourself that room to grow into the new you,” says Mark, who survived Hodgkin lymphoma.
“Being proactive in your health is the most important thing,” says Charity, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 27.
“I had one question, but I was too afraid to ask it: ‘Am I gonna die?’” recalls cervical cancer survivor Ana in this animated video.
Stories by Type of Cancer
“It was the moment when the diagnosis, the treatment, the road behind, the road ahead, all converged. Somewhere from within, we find a strength that helps us to overcome. Cancer did not win,” says Carletta, who survived breast cancer.