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Voices of Hodgkin’s Blog
Voices of Hodgkin’s Blog
Listen to the “Healthcare After Cancer Podcast”
Stanford Medicine –

Meet Dr. Stephanie Smith, Dr. Lidia Schapira, Elle Billman, and Dr. Natasha Steele – the “dream team” from Stanford Medicine who have created an exciting new resource for cancer survivors. This podcast offers a unique opportunity to hear directly from both survivors and experts in survivorship care on a wide range of subjects. It is informative, engaging, and just what we need to feel less alone in our struggles.

Facing the Fear of Cancer Recurrence: A Closer Look at What Triggers It and What You Can Do About It
Coping Magazine –

Almost all cancer survivors have a few things in common: shock at being diagnosed, significant challenges in dealing with the side effects of treatment, and anxiety or worry when active treatment ends and the oncologist’s office says, “We’ll see you in three months.”

‘Patient Is Otherwise Healthy’
JCO Oncology Practice –

Being diagnosed with cancer at any age puts many in a tailspin.

What’s Love Got to Do With It? Who needs a heart when healthcare is broken?
Cancer Culture –

Dr. Stacy Wentworth is a radiation oncology specialist in Greensboro, North Carolina, and an Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology at Wake Forest School of Medicine.

It Takes a Lifetime to Survive Childhood Cancer
New York Times –

One night in 1981, in the middle of bath time, Marty Gonzalez noticed a strange glow that seemed to emanate from inside one of the eyes of her 9-month-old daughter, Marissa.

A Conversation with Childhood Cancer Survivor & Musician Ryan Hamner
Coping With Cancer Magazine –

Ryan Hamner is a four-time Hodgkin’s survivor, musician, and author. Like many of us, Ryan has experienced some of the Late Effects of his treatment, including cardiac problems.