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Eryn Brown

Eryn Brown previously covered healthcare for the Metro desk. She graduated from Harvard with a degree in history and literature in 1993, and was a writer at Fortune magazine in New York for seven years before moving to Los Angeles. Sheleft The Times in 2015.
How guilt, anxiety and distress may help fight cancer

Having cancer would make anyone scared, stressed and angry. In some cases, that might be a good thing. Recent research suggests that negative emotions may improve the health of cancer survivors by motivating them to behave in healthier ways.

Life after cancer: “The real battle happened after treatment”

it's not unusual for cancer survivors to experience unexpected bumps in the road once the disease is at bay. Getting “back to normal” doesn't mean going back to life exactly as it was before.

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