Finding Meaning in the Cancer Journey
An Original Program Focuses on Existential and Spiritual Healing for Patients with Advanced-Stage Disease
Los Angeles - Sept. 15, 2014 - Knowing their cancer will likely not be cured, but rather managed, is a challenging concept for many patients to grasp. This is the case for Matthew Morgan, 51, who has been battling aggressive head and neck cancer since 2012.
When Morgan recently learned his disease had spread to his ribs, lungs and femur, he began searching for greater meaning in his illness.
"My cancer journey has many ups and downs, unknowns and frustrations that have left me hungry for coping mechanisms and ways to deal with the day-to-day of...
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