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First, I see you and feel you. No matter whether you're reading this for yourself or for someone you care about, I know you're here because your world has just been shattered by a cancer diagnosis. You may be feeling like you're in a free fall, grasping at anything to keep you from hitting the ground.


When my husband was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor at 30 years old, I was only 29, and I had no idea what to do. Our life was suddenly divided into two parts: before cancer (BC) and after diagnosis (AD), and everything felt like a living nightmare.


I want to share with you the raw, unfiltered truth about what to expect in the first few weeks and months after a cancer diagnosis. These are the things I wish someone had told me when we first joined the cancer community.

WNTU Cancer Diagnosis Survival Guide

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