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"A lot of people call me a hero. I don't feel like one though. I'm just a young woman with an autoimmune disease trying to get through 2020."

"Chemo brain," aka cancer-related cognitive impairment, is a common side effect of chemotherapy. Taylor shares how she dealt with chemo brain and provides tips on how to cope.
Living with constant pain, not being able to eat, frequent hospitalizations, and relying on medical devices took a toll on Rachel's life. Although she realizes her life and nutrition may look a lot different than others, she accepts it as her normal. 
Living with an illness that can make your stomach feel like its constantly on fire, cause extreme nausea and make you lose weight rapidly can be a very stressful experience. As a result, Caleigh has found a number of ways to stay occupied and positive, even when going through tough times health-wise.
With my diagnosis came immediate relief, but that relief was all too temporary. Lyme disease felt like the answer I had been waiting for, but with the lack of research and understanding I soon realized that a Lyme diagnosis didn’t win me any battles, it only redirected me towards new ones
Life after receiving a cancer diagnosis can be altered pretty dramatically. Finding a structured, safe and compassionate environment with cancer support groups, both online and offline, can help you get through the day to day.
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