Author Archives: Alex Langford (Shelton Interactive)

Mike

“Cancer is not just a medical challenge.  Survivorship needs involve the entire span of a patient’s physical, emotional, social and financial experience–all of which bear great influence on healing and quality of life.  Doctors can and should broaden their view … Continue reading

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Tracey

“I’m HOPE, GRACE and MERCY walking.  I’m literally flying without wings, one day at a time.” Tracey, radiation oncology analyst.  Diagnosis of breast cancer at age 37 in 2002 in Villa Park, Illinois.

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Scott

“The ironic timing of my cancer diagnosis was that I was finishing physical therapy school when I was diagnosed.  I had to do scar tissue management on myself and had to rebuild my body on my own, because I was … Continue reading

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Marguerite

I am part of a cancer survivors’ ministry.   In my many years of ministering I find that there are five things that can hinder one’s health and wholeness.  They are:  (1) Stress; (2) Unhealthy eating habits; (3) Doubt and Unbelief; … Continue reading

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