Patient Stories

Advice From Cancer Survivor Sajjad Iqbal on Becoming an Empowered Patient

We spoke with Dr. Sajjad Iqbal on his experience with head and neck cancer. Watch as he describes his personal perseverance and commitment to being an empowered patient.

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Michele Nadeem-Baker: Weapons for Fighting the Flu and Colds

CLL patient Michele Nadeem-Baker shares her top seven weapons needed to keep healthy as a cancer patient during cold and flu season.

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Remembering Suzanne: Celebrating the Life of a Cancer Patient

Celebrate the life you have. Richard and Laraine Hyte share the joy and sorrow surrounding their daughterâ??s diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma.

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Former White House Cancer Moonshot Leader: Challenges and Hope for Cancer

In this exclusive Patient Power interview, host Andrew Schorr connects with Greg Simon, Executive Director of the Cancer Initiative for the Biden Foundation and a CLL survivor, to discuss medical progress in the U.S., the establishment of the Biden Cancer Initiative, and more.

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Keeping Family in Mind: A Cancer Survivorâ??s Advice for Experts

A cancer survivor talks about his hope for the future and advice he shared with his medical team.

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There Is So Much Hope for Melanoma Patients

Martha Bishop, melanoma survivor and patient advocate, discusses what her life was like with melanoma and two very young children. Nine years later, she lives healthily to encourage patients about having faith and hope in getting well with all the research that is still being uncovered.

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Melanoma Survivors Speak: How Clinical Trials Saved My Life

Melanoma survivors and patient advocates T.J. Sharpe and Martha Bishop discuss their journey in their searches for the best treatment. Both T.J. and Martha had to muddle through a couple medicines to find the one that worked best for them.

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Don’t Lose Hope, An Advanced Melanoma Survivor Speaks

T.J. Sharpe, a melanoma survivor and patient advocate, discusses his diagnosis with melanoma and how he almost didn’t catch it in time. His new goal is to help support other patients in their own diagnosis and to spread the word about the importance of life.

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