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How brain injury can lead to homelessness - one survivor's story

BY:  GODFREY DUBON

My first brain injury happened when I was six-years-old.

When I was an adult, I acquired my second brain injury from a car accident. 389 more words

Brain Injury

Honoring My Journey: A Reflection on Caregiving

By Jennie Guiley

We didn’t have cancer. We weren’t doing chemo and we weren’t having stem cell transplants. That was all his. So where did this leave… 545 more words

Survivor Stories

Donee Spotlight: American Cancer Society's Hope Lodge for Cancer Patients

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The Pinkwellchick Foundation, Inc. Board is proud to announce its $3,000 donation to the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge in Phoenix, AZ. 174 more words

Barbra Watson Riley

Babe, feel this...

pink ink

All my girls know the 1st chance I get to take off my bra, I will. September 7th was no different. Or so I thought! 357 more words

TME reblogged this on Pinkwellchick Foundation and commented:

The moment every breast cancer survivor (and their family) remembers. "Babe, feel this ..." is Pinkwellchick Foundation, Inc., founder Barbra Watson-Riley's first post about finding her lump and the immediate barrage of tests, the arduous journey of telling family and friends, and the beginning of her road to recovery, her "LIFE in the CANCER LANE".

Donee Spotlight: American Cancer Society's Road to Recovery for Cancer Patients

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The Pinkwellchick Foundation, Inc. Board is proud to announce its $3,000 donation to the American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery in Phoenix, Arizona. 160 more words

Barbra Watson Riley

Looking For My Reflection

I’ve been having an interesting week as far as blog posts that haven’t quite happened.

First, I was going to write about how Mad Max: Fury Road… 895 more words

Reflections

Donee Spotlight: Coalition of Blacks Against Breast Cancer

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The Pinkwellchick Foundation, Inc., Board is proud to announce its $1,000 sponsor donation to the Coalition of Blacks Against Breast Cancer… 197 more words

Barbra Watson Riley