Create your own personal space to tell us about yourself and your cancer experience, share photos, audio, etc., start an online journal (blog), contribute resources, and more.
Expressing feelings and experiences and supporting one another is what CSN is all about.
Mom-and-pop spots do something many restaurants can’t do: make you feel like you are dining among family.
These often no-frills places, many of which have been around for eons, have magnificent stories and menus full of recipes passed down through generations.
The Banana Crunch French Toast is a favorite, dipped in oats for the crunch and then topped with bananas and a healthy dose of whipped cream.
The wait can be long on weekends, but owners Gary and Zell Dwelley set up an honor-system coffee station.
The American Cancer Society is testing a modified version of the Cancer Survivors Network (CSN) and is inviting you to try it.
People taking a break from the beach or those who want a pre-ocean meal flock here for the moist, cinnamon-laced coffee cake drizzled with frosting and the giant and inventive four-egg omelets and scrambles.
While dining they can check out the colorful surfboards, surfboard-inspired ceiling fan and surf photos that decorate this breakfast-and-lunch-only spot.
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