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Present Day; Post Chemo Moving Forward

Where have the last two weeks gone? A book signing event, an Abraham-Hicks workshop, a children’s birthday party, Canadian Thanksgiving celebration, day-trip to Salem, Mass., classes, homework, housework, third-grade basketball signups; pre-workout, reps, set, repeat, protein shakes, homework, doctor’s appointments, housework, massage therapy, Reiki, doing laundry that multiplies quicker than jack-rabbits, group meetings for class assignments, redecorating, parent/teacher conference, catching up on “The Vampire Diaries”… (breathe!) 698 more words

Two ways to let go of worry- Talking about concerns and Giving back

As you may have read in “About Us,” Kathy and I interviewed 30 women about their experiences after breast cancer.  In our blog we include advice from us as professionals, (I am also a survivor), and advice from the women we interviewed.  689 more words

Breast Cancer

Safe and scared

Going to work this week has been, well, scary.

On Monday evening, four UAB students were held up at gunpoint in an on-campus garage. They were robbed, sexually assaulted and beaten before the suspect ran for the elevators–showing his mug to the surveillance cameras in the process. 182 more words

Survivorship

Two-time breast cancer survivor transformed by Team Phoenix

Hello I am Beth Bursten, a member of the Talent Acquisition team for Aurora Health Care and two time breast cancer survivor.  October 2014 is a milestone for me in celebrating… 413 more words

Breast Cancer

We're Back!! Come to our Grand RE-Opening Tuesday, Oct 21st

The FitSTEPS for Life® Center is back with all our treadmills and fitness balls and weights and bands and all of us ready to help you become more active during your recovery, starting next week. 474 more words

Cancer

Recommended Resources on Sexuality and Cancer (Topic 12)

This topic is our last post highlighting books and websites vetted by Deborah LaBarbera, Cancer Information Specialist with the Werner Support & Resource Center, at the Virginia G. 576 more words

Cancer