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I Feel Like an Imposter In The World of Disabilities

By: Karin Camposagrado Ever wondered what it's like to have a disability? I think it's a different experience for everyone. I saw a variation of a quote by Angel Chernoff the other day that really sums up my experience of
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I Feel Like an Imposter In The World of Disabilities

By: Karin Camposagrado Ever wondered what it's like to have a disability? I think it's a different experience for everyone. I saw a variation of a quote by Angel Chernoff

My Faith Helped Me Fight Cancer

I remember when I was in bed recovering from endometrial cancer, metastatic to colon nearly two years interrupted, between 2013 and 2015. I was dealing with the symptoms of cancer,

Cancer Doesn't Discriminate

By: Keyla Caba Cancer.. It doesn’t discriminate; it is a disease that can and does affect us regardless of social status, race, gender, age, religion and sexuality. When I

How My Support Dog Has Given Me Purpose

By: Sierra Cabezas She gives me a sense of purpose even when I feel I have nothing to give or do.     Ever since I became disabled and most of days
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My Faith Helped Me Fight Cancer

I remember when I was in bed recovering from endometrial cancer, metastatic to colon nearly two years interrupted, between 2013 and 2015. I was dealing with the symptoms of cancer,

Colon Camp Magic

By Phuong Ly-Gallagher What is Colon Camp?  Simply put, it’s magic. The Colon Club’s annual retreat is lovingly referred to as Colon Camp.  We bring together colorectal cancer

A New Ostomy App Made Just For You

Valentine’s Day - A Love Letter to Ostomates I have an ostomy, so I know what it’s like to feel isolated and confused after surgery, and searching the

I had an Eating Disorder on Top of Short Bowel Syndrome

By: Chloe Moody “You’re not skinny anymore.” These words hit like a train coming from my pediatric gastroenterologist. In that moment, my entire identity had been compromised, diminished, erased.