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Just diagnosed with cancer and wondering what comes next, or looking to support a loved one? Start here for advice and personal experiences from Friends in the FightTM.

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The Anniversary Effect on Cancer Survivors

It is so important that cancer survivors feel supported after treatment has ended. Many patients experience an increase in mental health challenges  after  treatment  because the outpouring of support they received during the process tapers off.

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5 Ways to Support Someone You Love With Cancer

It’s not always easy to know how to support someone you love through cancer. We’ve drawn from our own experiences and an interview with influencer Christina Costa to bring you this guide.

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Cancer Gift Guide: 8 Gifts for Cancer Patients & Chemo Recovery

We’ve pulled together eight of our community’s favorite gifts for cancer patients to form this gift guide. Ranging from practical to sentimental, each thoughtful gift will let your loved ones with cancer know how much you care.

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3 Ways to Know When Someone Needs Your Support

It is important to learn about PICC lines vs. other central lines and what might be best for you.

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Friends in the Fight™ stories

Plot Twist: Navigating Cancer Treatment with a PICC

Since her diagnosis, Sydney has committed to documenting every part of her cancer journey, the good and the bad. Read on to learn more about Sydney’s PICC Line, and the ways she navigated this next chapter.

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5 Women Who Have Turned Their Cancer Diagnosis Into Strength

Honoring millions of other women out there who have had breast cancer, and all of the Friends who have played a supporting role, we celebrate the stories of 5 women who have turned their diagnoses into strength.

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Overcoming Cancer at 25 Years Old

Melanie was diagnosed with stage 4 non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. But not just one type of lymphoma, two! This is her story of being diagnosed and overcoming cancer in my 20s.

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I’m 21 Going On 71 - Or So It Feels

Shelby often jokes and says, “I’m 21 going on 71, or so it feels. However, she refuse to let her cancer stop me; here is the story of her battle with lymphoma.

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