Cancer Knowledge Network

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  • Lorne Cooper CEO Multimed Inc.
  • Morag Currin CKN Advisory Board Member
  • Timothy Buckland Survivor
  • Pat Taylor CKN Caregiver Section Editor
  • Jonathan Agin CKN Childhood Cancer Section Editor
  • Trisha Paul CKN Advisory Board Member
  • Dr. Anne Grinyer CKN Advisory Board Member
  • Dr. Rob Rutledge CKN Writer
  • SarahRose Black CKN Advisory Board Member
  • Melinda Marchiano CKN Writer
  • Mike Lang CKN Writer
  • Terri Wingham CKN Writer
  • Anne Marie Cerato CKN YA Section Co-Editor
  • Sara Cohen CKN Writer
  • Anne Katz, RN., BS., MAS CKN Living with Cancer Section Editor
  • Jill Shainhouse, ND CKN Integrative Section Editor
  • Monisha Sudarshan, MD CKN Global Oncology Section Editor
  • Daniel Santa Mina, CEP, PhD CKN Writer
  • Jennifer Cogswell CKN Writer
  • Sue McKechnie CKN Advisory Board Member
  • Bernadette Leno CKN Young Adult Section Co-Editor

Being well informed is essential when making conscious choices about cancer.  CKN is committed to distilling first-rate medical research into practical narratives designed to improve the quality of life of those living with cancer and their medical teams.  The CKN approach to living with cancer is unique:  while supporting studies that speak to the power that personal connections hold in the healing process, we deliver relevant narratives addressing topics that are less acknowledged in mainstream cancer culture – written by both professionals and experienced lay people.  Our mission is to inform our readers in practical ways so that they are able to make solid, conscious choices in their day to day living and improve their quality of life in the process.

Cancer Knowledge Network

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Melinda Marchiano Photo Credit: Carlos Guana

Cancer Narratives: The Danger of Denial

Using scientific research as a springboard for discussion, CKN is distilling this research into practical narratives (click here to learn more about narratives) that will improve the quality of life for patients

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