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Lifelines™ Survivorship and Coping

This page contains articles about survivorship and coping. We encourage downloading and reprinting the articles and reposting of the videos. 

Surviving Cancer, Eating Well

This article addresses some of the ongoing social, psychological, and financial challenges and concerns for cancer survivors.

African Americans (PDF - 93KB)

Hispanics/Latinos (PDF - 82KB)

Enhancing Life After Cancer Treatment

This article discusses ways cancer survivors may improve their quality of life and return to a sense of normalcy following the end of their cancer treatment.

Multicultural Populations (PDF - 60KB)


Videos in the Survivorship and Coping Playlist (Below) Include:

An African American Triple Negative Breast Cancer Survivor: Melanie Nix's Story

Melanie Nix, an African American breast cancer survivor of three years talks about her struggles with the disease and how it affected her personally and emotionally.

An African American Breast Cancer Survivor: Juanita Lyle's Story

Juanita Lyle, an African American breast cancer survivor of 35 years talks about her struggles with the disease and how it affected her personally and emotionally.