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The Unfamiliar Terrain: It’s Cancer, Now What?
The Unfamiliar Terrain: It’s Cancer, Now What?
Jun 21, 2023
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The Unfamiliar Terrain: It’s Cancer, Now What?

Cancer. You can never prepare for it.

There is nothing more frightening than a cancer diagnosis. It shatters your day-to-day existence and you emerge into unknown, uncertain, and unpredictable terrain. Nothing prepares you for the roller coaster of medical jargon, doctor’s appointments, and treatments options.

A cancer diagnosis is well beyond a “a medical journey.” It’s more like an odyssey that needs advanced navigational equipment.

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