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New Weapon in the War on Cancer Teaches How Mindset Enhances Quality of Life

Joy Huber | Posted 09.27.2014 | Impact
Joy Huber

As exciting new medical therapies in cancer treatment continue to emerge, I feel (after personal experience) these medical therapies are only part of ...

A Woman Named Joy Was Diagnosed With Cancer -- Now She's Sharing 5 Resources That'll Bring You Happiness!

Joy Huber | Posted 03.18.2014 | Impact
Joy Huber

My name is Joy, and I was diagnosed with cancer -- stage four. Isn't that ironic? Out of this very long road I started "Cancer with JOY," which soun...

'I Am Robin Roberts' Sister'

Joy Huber | Posted 11.29.2013 | Healthy Living
Joy Huber

"Make your mess your message." I've often heard Robin Roberts say her Mom said. Her mom and my mom are two different people. So how am I Robin's white sister?

Facing Cancer With FAITH

Joy Huber | Posted 01.23.2014 | Healthy Living
Joy Huber

For reasons unbeknownst to me God decided to not only bestow upon me the powerful & positive idea to help others face "Cancer with JOY," but I was also given the thought that helping others face "Cancer with Faith," literally and figuratively was very unique and something I should pursue.

Cancer WithOUT Joy

Joy Huber | Posted 11.09.2013 | Healthy Living
Joy Huber

I get it -- that horrible "ARE YOU KIDDING ME?" reaction you may have had when you heard or saw just three words standing alone with no further explanation, "Cancer with JOY."

Finding the 'Bright Side Effects' of Stage 4 Cancer

Joy Huber | Posted 06.30.2013 | Healthy Living
Joy Huber

If I could fight something like cancer -- and stage 4 cancer at that -- as a young adult truly just beginning to experience the blessings of my life with joy, I know you can also find the "bright side" of your obstacles and challenges.

A Cancer Story in 22 Pictures

Joy Huber | Posted 06.16.2013 | Healthy Living
Joy Huber

The words "You have cancer" are arguably some of the most devastating you can hear. I have found new cancer patients (and those supporting them) love hearing stories (and seeing pictures!) of how survivors faced cancer.