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Book Review: ‘Life and Other Near-Death Experiences’ by Camille Pagan

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In 'Life and Other Near Death Experiences,' Pagan takes us into the depth and despair of disease, and the heartache of discovery. Betrayal and pain, as well as love and romance are threaded through Libby’s rocky path of discovery. Read More »

Book Review:’The Fault in our Stars’ by John Green


Throughout the story there is a beauty and humor, a ‘candle in the wind’ for each of those whose lives have been touched by cancer. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Opposite of Everything’ by David Kalish


Unconventional and funny novel confronts a cancer diagnosis. Read More »

Interview: Kaira Rouda, Author of ‘In the Mirror’

What choices would you make if you knew you may die soon?

"My target is women. I know that sounds broad, but I truly believe all women can relate to and enjoy my books." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Before I Go’ by Colleen Oakley


The bonds of marriage are tested when a young bride is given a fatal diagnosis. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Time on Fire’ by Evan Handler


A powerful and heart-wrenching book about struggling with a life-threatening diagnosis. Read More »

He’s Not Heavy: Tribute to a Brother

mentor of the year award

A week later I received a call from Ted. His voice was solemn: “There is bad news and there is good news.” Read More »

Spirituality and Health: Words Have a Powerful Influence on Health

hospital patient

There is now a push to leave out the mention of cancer in diagnosis of certain precancerous conditions. Read More »

College Runner Logs Charity Miles to Fight Cancer

The MSJ Cross Country team competes in the Walt Disney Cross Country Classic this fall. Kelleen Scott talks about her summer workouts for the team using Charity Miles to fight cancer.

Kelleen Scott of the College of Mount St. Joseph (MSJ) loves running. Using a simple smartphone app, she's running to raise money for cancer research. Read More »

TV Review: The Big C: Hereafter Begs the Question Why not Forever After?

Waiting for the grim reaper.

The Big C was always a little bit of an anomoly in a TV market saturated with shows whose finales boast dramatic turn-of-events shocker theatrics in the hopes of keeping their fan base intact. For a show tackling the weighty “C” and sentencing its title character (a woman, at that) to a terminal illness, real drama was already baked into ... Read More »