From toddlers to teens, young people process news of a parent’s cancer diagnosis differently.
Beth Uznis Johnson
Beth Uznis Johnson writes for the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center. She is the editor of Thrive, the award-winning lifestyle magazine for cancer patients. Beth has an MFA in fiction writing and has worked for 20 years in communication and marketing, both in agency and client-side roles.
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