".....in some ways, the hardest part of my cancer experience began once the cancer was gone."

      With that quote, I introduce you to the essay of a young woman, in her mid-20's, who struggles to find sense and purpose in her life after cancer treatment in New York City.  Though she does not have breast cancer, her struggle is just the same.  Additionally, she conveys the sense of aloneness that I know many face in cancer survivorship. 

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        Are the symptoms and daily life of a breast cancer survivor worthy of study and reporting?  Does the medical community really care what each survivor is experiencing?  Now the answer is yes- those findings of daily life are important to the understanding of breast cancer survivorship.  Each person's experiences are needed to understand what life is really like for breast cancer survivors......

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Domus Pacis -literally is translated as "House of Peace" in Latin.  The organization that runs this program provides a patient and their family a mountain retreat setting for time together on their collective cancer journey.  In this mountain retreat setting, new memories can be made, and time to heal is provided in a Colorado mountain setting.

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       There is a physical toll that most women encounter through their course of active breast cancer treatment.  Most survivors are interested in learning about their Recovery. Fortunately, an upcoming program will provide some practical advice.

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