Archive for Fighting Cancer Together

Mar
18

Lesbian Cancer Survivors Talk

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Dr. Ronit Elk,  psychologist and out Lesbian, talks with three women about their survivorship experience from their perspective as lesbians, Read More→

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A young woman who shaved off her hair in tribute to a friend who died of cancer has told how she was subjected to taunts and abuse for being bald. Read More→

May
22

LGBT Cancer and Inspiration

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Sometimes you just need an inspiration to get up in the morning.  Lesbian-feminist pioneer Barbara Hammer made a movie, A Horse Is Not a Metaphor, while battling cancer and undergoing chemo treatment.

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The Five Steps of Survival from a survivor of an Israeli land mine explosion, for us as cancer survivors. Read More→

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Cynthia Nixon said, “I didn’t want paparazzi at the hospital while I was going through this,” Read More→

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Our good friends at Gilda’s Club in Dallas have a valuable GLBT event coming up: Read More→

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Mar
21

Lesbian Cancer Initiative

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Great little story about the Lesbian Cancer Initiative in NYC. Read More→

OutWithCancer, at http://www.outwithcancer.com , the worlds first international program for  LGBT cancer survivors, celebrates Valentine’s Day. Read More→

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Dec
10

LGBT Cancer Holiday Wishes

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Malecare’s LGBT cancer project, OutWithCancer , marches into it’s third year of service to our community.  Our OutWithCancer LGBT social network continues to be a rich and dynamic  community of cancer survivors.     Our various web sites and publications continue to be fountain of information and authority on cancer issues.  And, proudly, OutWithCancer continues to draw national attention.    Let no one doubt that  LGBT cancer survivors have a national nonprofit. Our work is powerful and conducted with extreme economy.  OutWithCancer is here to stay and grow.

OutWithCancer is focused on us, the diagnosed, the caregivers, the lovers, the friends and the family of all LGBT people diagnosed with cancer.

A warm hug of thanks to all whose spirit fills our work.  And, to you, the inner glow of happiness and well being that OutWithCancer brings to all we meet and help.

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