Cancer

Comics!

'Biopsy Part Five,' Today's Comic by Rebecca Kirby

After finding out she doesn't have cancer, Rebecca celebrates by assigning herself a new birthday.
Rebecca Kirby
11.9.18
Comics!

'Biopsy Part Four,' Today's Comic by Rebecca Kirby

While waiting for a call from her doctor, Rebecca gets stoned with a friend.
Rebecca Kirby
11.8.18
Comics!

'Biopsy Part Two,' Today's Comic by Rebecca Kirby

After her surgery, Rebecca is still pretty out of it.
Rebecca Kirby
11.6.18
Comics!

'Biopsy Part One,' Today's Comic by Rebecca Kirby

In the first part of this five-chapter comic, we meet a young girl who is getting ready to go under the knife.
Rebecca Kirby
11.5.18
Smoking

The Dirty Story of How Big Tobacco Was Brought Down to Size

This month is the 20th anniversary of a deal that changed the face of smoking—and prompted a bunch of dirty tactics from the tobacco companies in the process.
Gavin Haynes
11.5.18
How to Exist OK

What It's Like Knowing You'll Die of Cancer at 35

"I’ve realized that it’s not my job to make anyone feel good. It’s my job to be honest."
Gideon Jacobs
11.2.18
Health

This YouTuber's Battle with Cancer Showed Us How to Live Courageously

All through this year, Dan Thomas vlogged the emotional and physical tribulations his sarcomatoid carcinoma put him through.
James Nolan
10.29.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

What Kind of Assholes Stole This $4,000 Inflatable Colon?

The University of Kansas Cancer Center would really like it back.
River Donaghey
10.22.18
Drugs

Here Comes the Legal Case for Medicinal Psychedelics

Therapist Bruce Tobin is striving to give end-of-life cancer patients magic mushrooms in a clinical setting.
Sarah Berman
10.18.18
Menk, by John Doran

I Still Can't Speak to My Dad, Even Though He Might Be About to Die

I traveled home to see him, and all I could talk about was my belt.
John Doran
10.1.18
summer is the worst

Summer Sucks and It's Going to Kill You

Here are all the ways you can die from the worst season.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
7.12.18
Photography

Photos of My Parents as They Both Face Terminal Cancer

"My parents were very open with me, allowing me to document our lives at such a delicate time."
Rebecca Kamm
5.1.18
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