For White, there is nothing more important as a cancer patient than being your own biggest advocate. “Control what you can control, don’t let it control you.”However, letting go of the “why” and staying positive is not easy. “You get sad about it, but you have to figure out how to find the positive,” White says. Your cancer journey can’t be defined by a playbook. The article was originally published by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
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