Have you installed any special equipment in your home because of your cancer diagnosis? The bathroom in this picture is a hospital or clinic bathroom, but there are some things that can be used at home, like a walk in tubs, or no step showers, handrails and grab bars. Other things like hospital beds, oxygen machines, blood pressure monitors and other equipment could be needed. If a patients health declines enough, you may need easier access in and out of the house, a ramp may be needed.

Of course, many of us will never need any of this as we have been through treatments and didn't have to change anything. But for some, there may come a time that some things are needed.

Our blog post has some information things that could be needed and how to find a contractor to help with it. Click here for the article>>

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TODAY is our day! It's National Cancer Survivor's Day!

Did you know that Sunday, June 2, 2019 is OUR DAY? It’s National Cancer Survivors Day®. For the last 32 years, thousands of cancer survivors across the world recognize their cancer history and connect with other survivors. Click the blog link at the top of any page to read our article about it, or just click here>>

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6 year breast cancer survivor

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Don't forget that tomorrow is #NationalCancerSurvivorsDay. An opportunity to help reflect and celebrate, and also to help spread the word about the importance of #cancer #survivorship. #IAmASurvivor.
Please click on the Pinboard link at the top of the page and post a picture of yourself, or with your family, pet, whatever you like to celebrate National Cancer Survivor's Day.

All of us at WhatNext celebrate with you!!

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1 year after Mastectomy and chemo, feeling fabulous!

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Five year stage 4 melanoma survivor!

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6 year TNBC and thyroid cancer survivor

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2.5 years cancer free. Waiting for biopsy results of possible recurrence. Crossing my fingers.

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I am a 25 year survivor of renal cell cancer. I lost my right kidney at that time. I have had basal cell and squamous cancers on my face over the years. And in November 2016 I was diagnosed with breast cancer in my left breast and axilla. The chemo left me with neuropathy in my hands and feet. There are other physical issues as well. All that said I like being called a Warrior as I am still fighting this battle. I tell women to make sure you know if you have dense breasts because I do and that is why mammograms did not pick up my cancer. An ultrasound discovered it on the same day I was told my mammogram was fine. I also tell people you KNOW your body, get a second opinion if need be but don't ignore what your body is trying to tell you. Here's to all the survivors who are celebrating National Cancer Day. Have a wonderful day!! Smile, laugh, enjoy the beauty that surrounds you. Surround yourself with loved ones and enjoy this day that you have been given.

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