May 15, 2015

Breast Cancer: It’s Not Just for Women

As a man with breast cancer, I get a lot of questions. A relatively rare diagnosis, the odds of a man being diagnosed with breast cancer are 1,000 to one. To put that in perspective, imagine that you have a giant box filled with 999 white socks—single, without mates, which, according to my wife, is […]

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November 15, 2013

Why Not Laugh?

Having faced high-grade osteosarcoma, chemotherapy and multiple limb-saving surgeries, I have seen the profound imprint—both good and bad—that cancer leaves on every person touched by it. Knowing the struggle, I have something to say to each of us affected. And, in speaking with fellow survivors and oncology professionals coast to coast, I often hear the […]

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