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Stories are a powerful way to deliver a message and move others to action. Cancer patient-survivors have first-hand experience to talk about the impact of diagnosis, treatment, and aftercare in a way that clinical staff and others cannot. These lived experiences and perspectives play a crucial role in the health and political system, putting patients at the forefront of care where they belong.

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Stories for Change

Defying the stigmas of cervical cancer in Kenya: How Millicent Kagonga became a Symbol of Hope.

Sacrifices and celebrations in caregiving and clinical trials: Frank Gambino discusses how his life changed after his wife Joyce’s ovarian cancer diagnosis.

How a mother’s battle with uterine cancer changed everything: Bar Levy discusses the founding of Habit Shel Bar – Israel’s Women’s Cancer Association.