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"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.
Cheyanne shares how living with medical devices such as her wheelchair, feeding tubes, and IV lines has shaped her identity.
Tiffany documents her journey of coping with her mom having breast cancer, from the day before she was diagnosed to the last day of her chemo.
At the age of 20, Abby was diagnosed with a chronic illness and had a port implanted in her chest. She shares how it's impacted everything from her daily schedule to her social life.
Amy shares how the stigma surrounding both being an individual with a disability and a mother have led her to embrace her sexuality.
Navigating life as a full-time employee and patient is no easy feat. Christina shares how she manages working while also being chronically ill.
Eating can be a difficult task when living with gastoparesis. Grace shares some of the foods that work for her during a flare-up.
Gillian has been dealing with chronic pain for as long as she can remember. From finding joy in every day to advocating for herself, read the top 10 lessons that Gillian learned from living with chronic pain.
This blog explains What is a PICC line, What it is Used For, the Benefits & Risks, Potential Alternatives, and why to use a PICC line cover.

Living with a chronic illness often means that you have to adapt your lifestyle around your health. There are plenty of things you learn along the way, from lessons about self-worth and acceptance to the importance of advocating for yourself and others. 

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