If you've been diagnosed with cancer, or are a friend, family member or caregiver of someone who has been diagnosed, the story of your experience can help other survivors. Most oncologists agree that sharing your story will be therapeutic to you, too.

Want to share, but don't know how to get started? It's really pretty simple and CancerForward can guide you. Once you post your story at CancerForward, it will go viral on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and other social media networks. If you're willing to take one hour to share, we're happy to publish your story so that it can reach as many survivors as possible to help them.

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