If you haven’t seen the New York Times Health Guide’s “Picture Your Life After Cancer” lately, take a close look. Nearly 1100 powerful real-life stories and photographs from readers make up this multimedia project. Only a publication with such enormous reach could do this so well. (I know from experience, I worked on a similar, smaller yet strong and successful More Magazine breast cancer feature, “This Is What Survival Looks Like”) Bravo to the editors, producers and cancer survivor contributors!
November 29, 2011
Holistic Health: Awesome Collaboration on Surviving Cancer
I'm a writer, reporter and editor who has been on the health beat for over 15 years. I've worked on staff at Whole Living Magazine and More Magazine, where I conceived an investigative piece on unwarrented hysterectomies that earned a 2009 National Magazine Award nomination. Other publications I've worked at include Self, Vogue, and Lucky. View all posts by alternahealthgrrrl
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