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Laura Vanderkam - October 2016
While most people do not walk around thinking about how much longer they have left to live their lives, when faced with a cancer diagnosis, one's own mortality becomes more of a reality. As is often the case with survivorship rates on the rise, survivors are recognizing an altered perception of how they feel about time.
A few young survivors share their feelings on time following their cancer experience. While some claim to feel more of a desire to do more sooner, others realized their personal need to slow down and not stress over getting to everything they've told themselves they need to. Some survivors say they recognized a need to focus on more than just their work, while others may begin to realize their true passions and dreams.
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Original source: www.fastcompany.com