Never Tie a Scarf Again

Surviving cancer was hard enough, but battling what to wear on my bald head was an additional burden that I did not need nor want.  Wigs didn't always cut it, and scarves were not only difficult to tie, but they wouldn't stay in place.  I was constantly battling with my vanity, in a time when I wanted to focus on my healthcare.  It wasn't until my sister was diagnosed five years later that I said ENOUGH!  We came up with one simple solution, a stylish, comfy, beanie that slips right on and you don't have to tie....more

Nun Shares Her Gift of Healing with Others

A  reporter's chance encounter with this special nun in a restaurant led to this report.  Her prayer for a deeper faith led to her miracle, and now she has been given the gift to do the same for others.   My friend, Karen Swensen does a beautiful job of telling her story....more

6 Things you Should Know about Breast Cancer that are Rarely Discussed

  My journey with breast cancer started in 2005, and although I was miraculously cured by a new drug, my battle has never stopped. Being a "Survivor" is a term we hear often, but many don't know exactly what that means. After watching my sister get diagnosed five years after me, I literally had to endure it all again. Here are just six things we had to deal with? I'd love for you to add some of yours?...more

Count Them, Know Them, Join Them--Just Don’t Forget Them!

Women living with Metastatic Breast Cancer need Awareness too!...more
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"I Have Stage IV Cancer and I'm Getting Married. Help!"

Most women have suffered great angst over planning their wedding day, and some even suffer from something called "post-wedding blues," but can you imagine what it would be like to be diagnosed with cancer in the midst of planning this special day?...more
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"Cosmosis": Can it Kill You?

She saw me getting better, and my journey gave her the courage to finally decide to go get checked. She admitted to us that she had known all along, but was paralyzed with fear to even go to the doctor because she didn't think she could muster the strength to deal with this seemingly unsurmountable obstacle.  She feared losing her beautiful hair, her breasts, and even her marriage, as she had first-hand experience with a friend's husband who did not stand by her....more

One Person Can Change the World: I'm Living Proof!

Everyone knows someone, who knows someone, with cancer. It is a hard thing to go through, or watch someone you love go through, but knowing there are folks out there sacrificing their own lives to save others brings me great joy. If he had given up on his dream anywhere along the way, I wouldn't be here now. ...more
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