Shares an Important Reminder to Celebrate the Things We Can…
You can bring the National Cancer Survivors Day® celebration to the cancer survivors in your city this June with these 6 steps.
One of the most important lessons I learned from my cancer journey is to play the whole game.
Finding out about my breast cancer diagnosis at the age of forty-seven was absolutely devastating news.
You can bring the National Cancer Survivors Day® celebration to the cancer survivors in your city this June by following these 5 steps.
My breast cancer diagnosis was less my crisis point, and more a landing pad of experiences that invited me to tap into my toolkit of meditation, and other mind-body practices that were integral to my journey.
I was drinking and driving on my way to the CAT scan in 1995.
What do survivors need? How can we support them?
Diagnosed at 21 with bone cancer, I underwent aggressive chemo and surgery that replaced part of my femur and tibia with titanium.
Cancer can make you feel very alone. It is your mind and body fighting against cancer: an epic, internal battle.