Writing through pain: A cancer survivor guides patients with pen and paper
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Would you be interested in participating in a writing group on The Caregiver Space? We’ve had The Page Listens since the beginning, but we’d like to organize a group that discusses the process together.


In 2013, Lynn Scozzari was staring at a photo of a naked woman seated on a rock, her arms thrust open to a valley below. Scozzari herself was seated at a table with fellow cancer patients and survivors in a conference room at Scripps Green Hospital in La Jolla, Calif. They were part of a writing…

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