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Stupid Cancer
12/03/2016 at 17:31. Facebook
[THE GREMLIN GRIN] "So maybe you do let the gremlins out. They want you to know that nothing is for certain. They want you to lose confidence. So you crash, burn, and head for the worst. They make you feel as though all the hope in the world was just washed away by your tears. They make you want to live in the pain, the fear, and the terror.

So you live there.

But not for too long,...
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You Can Handle The Truth

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Stupid Cancer
yesterday at 20:20. Facebook
[MAGIC MUSHROOMS] You've probably heard or read about the new research that suggests a compound in 'magic mushrooms' may be able to help cancer patients deal with depression, anxiety, and stress.

Read Petra, Patrick, and Dinah's stories as they describe their experience with psilocybin. What are your thoughts??

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Three cancer patients explain how a psychedelic drug eased their fears

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Stupid Cancer
11/30/2016 at 16:39. Facebook
Stupid Cancer
12/01/2016 at 17:37. Facebook
[UGLY HOLIDAY SWEATERS] Today is December 1st. That means it is the start of the holiday season. And THAT means you need an Ugly Holiday Sweater. Don't fret. We've got you covered. [ Stpdcn.cr Link ]

Pre-order your 2016 Stupid Cancer Ugly Holiday Sweater today! Pre-order ends at midnight (ET) Sunday, December 4th! Orders are expected to ship on December 6th!

May all your sweaters be Ugly...
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Stupid Cancer
11/30/2016 at 23:50. Facebook
[EVENING READING] "Doctors went in and out my hospital room, rushing through their long to-do lists with limited time. They shuffled through the door of my room every morning, going on with their ritual of examining me and then leaving to write orders and proceedings. They were the best at what they do, and yet they treated my cancer without treating me." Via: KevinMD.com

That last sentence...
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What this medical student learned after being diagnosed with cancer

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Stupid Cancer
11/30/2016 at 23:00. Facebook
[THANK YOU] To everyone who donated and fundraised for #GivingTuesday, thank you! This year, we raised $13,553, which will directly impact the young adult cancer community!

Yesterday, you proved that we are hundreds of thousands strong, that there is strength in solidarity, and that although every story is different, the need for community remains the same.

Thank you for your support!
Stupid Cancer
11/30/2016 at 17:25. Facebook
[MELANOMA] "I of course thought that that kind of thing would never happen to me," said Andy Cohen talking about a black spot on his lower lip, which turned out to be melanoma. "It will change my relationship to the sun." Via: People

Another PSA to listen to your body and always self-check.

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‘Tanorexic’ Andy Cohen Reveals He Was Diagnosed with Skin Cancer: ‘It Will Change My Relationship to the Sun’

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Stupid Cancer
11/30/2016 at 16:39. Facebook
Stupid Cancer
11/30/2016 at 16:26. Facebook
[PODCAST] Episode #404 of The Stupid Cancer Show is up! Navigating your HR department can be tricky even when you don't have cancer. Young adult survivor of Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Jennifer Benz (CEO at Benz Communications) joins us to talk about communicating with Human Resources, understanding your benefits and rights – and making HR work for you.

Listen now, share with friends, and subscribe...
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#404: CANCER & HR

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Stupid Cancer
11/30/2016 at 00:30. Facebook
[GIVING TUESDAY] We are hundreds of thousands strong. This is #StupidCancer. We are almost halfway to our goal of raising $20,000 for the young adult cancer community. Today, help us make cancer suck less: stpdcn.cr/gtsc2016
Stupid Cancer
11/29/2016 at 22:33. Facebook
[GIVING TUESDAY] Every person’s ‘cancer story’ is different. The age and stage in life. The support system and the fleeting friends. The length and type of treatment. The relationship with doctors and the understanding of nurses. It changes for every single person. The one piece that never changes is the empowerment that people say they feel when they realize they aren’t in this alone; that...
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Stupid Cancer #GivingTuesday 2016

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Stupid Cancer
11/29/2016 at 19:51. Facebook
[GIVING TUESDAY: COMMUNITY] “In 2014, my third year of grad school, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. When I heard about Stupid Cancer and CancerCon I felt compelled to get involved. I didn't expect to feel much, I just thought it would be cool to learn stuff and meet other young survivors.

Instead, I felt so connected, so free, and for some reason relieved. It was like I wasn’t alone...
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Stupid Cancer #GivingTuesday 2016

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Stupid Cancer
11/29/2016 at 18:36. Facebook
[GIVING TUESDAY] This #GivingTuesday, donate or fundraise to support our mission to build community, improve quality of life, and provide meaningful survivorship for anyone affected by young adult cancer. [ Stpdcn.cr Link ]

The gifts we raise will make possible our unparalleled advocacy and innovative programming that benefits our community to Get Busy Living!

We are one community. This is...
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Stupid Cancer
11/29/2016 at 16:00. Facebook
[GIVING TUESDAY] "I found Stupid Cancer during the lowest point in my life. After I was diagnosed, I went from having a full group of friends, to friends quickly fading from my life, to finding myself surrounded by nothing more than a small support system.

I met Stupid Cancer and everything changed. I found lifelong friends, people who understood me, and who showed me that life will go on. I...
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Stupid Cancer #GivingTuesday 2016

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Stupid Cancer
11/29/2016 at 14:45. Facebook
One young adult (15-39 years old) is diagnosed with cancer every eight minutes. With 72,000 new diagnoses each year, this is not OK.

Today, on #GivingTuesday, donate or fundraise to support our mission to build community, improve quality of life, and provide meaningful survivorship for anyone affected by young adult cancer. [ Stpdcn.cr Link ]

We are one community. This is...
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Stupid Cancer
11/29/2016 at 14:35. Facebook
One young adult (15-39 years old) is diagnosed with cancer every eight minutes. With 72,000 new diagnoses each year, this is not OK.

Today, on #GivingTuesday, donate or fundraise to support our mission to build community, improve quality of life, and provide meaningful survivorship for anyone affected by young adult cancer. stupidcancer.org/tuesday
Stupid Cancer
11/29/2016 at 00:30. Facebook
[FLU SEASON] "For others what is just an annoying cold was terrifying for me, and another stark reminder that I'm in remission, not cured. A diagnosis like mine is certainly life changing. Thankfully it wasn't the return of the Leukemia...this time." Via: I Had Cancer

Who else dreads flu season?

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I Miss The Days When I Didn’t Have to Worry About...

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Stupid Cancer
11/28/2016 at 20:11. Facebook
[WHAT NOT TO SAY] “I was dealing with the possibility that my life would end shortly, or if it didn’t, it would be changed dramatically. False optimism devalued what was going on in my body. People were insensitive not from a lack of compassion but from not knowing what is really helpful.” Via: The New York Times

Who else has been caught in this trap of optimism? This article is filled with...
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What Not to Say to a Cancer Patient

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[HOLIDAY SEASON] "The pressure of being “merry” and “joyful” can be really difficult while being in the midst of something as painful, emotionally and physically, as a cancer diagnosis. The amount of holiday messages we see everywhere can be overwhelming. Please don’t take it personally if we start to withdraw during what used to be our favorite holiday traditions. It does not mean that we...
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6 Reminders for Anyone Caring for a Cancer Fighter This Holiday Season

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[NOT BRAVE] "My favorite interaction through this whole process was with one of my chemo nurses who told me I looked great on a particularly horrible day.

'I look like a goblin,' I told her.

'Look around you. Everyone here looks like a goblin, but you look great besides that.'

That’s a compliment I can get behind. It acknowledged my reality while still maintaining that despite the physical...
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I’m not brave — I just have cancer

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