When Cancer Returns: Coping With Recurrence As a Family

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The fear of cancer recurrence is normal among cancer survivors, which three-time sarcoma survivor Tish Beck knows firsthand. Tish, a farmer from of La Grande, Oregon, shares her perspective—as a mother, wife and survivor—on preparing herself and her family for coping with a recurrence. Tish explains why surrounding herself with loved ones and living for each day remains critical. Watch now.

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