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A conversation with Shari Sheranian

Speaker, mother, and breast cancer warrior speaks to the importance of being your own medical advocate.

A conversation with Dr. Christina Hibbert

Clinical psychologist, mother and breast cancer warrior shares an honest take on cancer and mental health.

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Cancer can feel lonely. Here are some tips to help you fight that feeling and get the support you need during cancer treatment.

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Being pronounced cancer-free is a life-changing moment, but it’s not always easy.

A conversation with Shari Sheranian

Speaker, mother, and breast cancer warrior speaks to the importance of being your own medical advocate.

A conversation with Dr. Christina Hibbert

Clinical psychologist, mother and breast cancer warrior shares an honest take on cancer and mental health.

A conversation with Shari Sheranian

Speaker, mother, and breast cancer warrior speaks to the importance of being your own medical advocate.

A conversation with Dr. Christina Hibbert

Clinical psychologist, mother and breast cancer warrior shares an honest take on cancer and mental health.

A conversation with Shari Sheranian

Speaker, mother, and breast cancer warrior speaks to the importance of being your own medical advocate.

A conversation with Dr. Christina Hibbert

Clinical psychologist, mother and breast cancer warrior shares an honest take on cancer and mental health.

A conversation with Shari Sheranian

Speaker, mother, and breast cancer warrior speaks to the importance of being your own medical advocate.

A conversation with Dr. Christina Hibbert

Clinical psychologist, mother and breast cancer warrior shares an honest take on cancer and mental health.

Une conversation avec Shari Sheranian

Conférencière, mère et guerrière du cancer du sein, elle nous parle de l’importance d’être son propre défenseur médical.

Une conversation avec le Dr Christina Hibbert

Psychologue clinicienne, mère et guerrière du cancer du sein, Christina Hibbert donne son point de vue sur le cancer et la santé mentale.