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We Talk About Cancer, But We Can Still Make You Smile: Testimonials from Camp Koru

By: Tonia Farman

For each one of you who has ever given a dime to Athletes 4 Cancer, thank you. It has transformed lives. Here’s a quick reminder of what you’ve done. 580 more words


More Guilt

Yesterday, I did yet another stupid thing.  Triggering myself and punishing myself is something I’m sadly so good at, so you’re probably gonna end up reading about the stupid things I’ve done on a regular basis. 1,121 more words

My Herstory

Profiles in Lung Cancer — Day 22, Sandy Arlin Jauregui-Baza [Perfiles en El Cáncer de Pulmón — Día 22, Sandy Arlin Jauregui-Baza]

Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2015

Sandy Arlin Jauregui-Baza, Survivor and Advocate
“Life doesn’t have to end after diagnosis. It can be a wake-up call to start making YOU your biggest priority in life.” 53 more words


Profiles in lung cancer - Day 20 #LCAM15

Denise Cutlip – One of the neatest ladies I’ve ever met.
Twitter: @dennycee

I originally “met” Denise online, who is known as Denzie on Inspire.com. She helps other survivors by sharing her insight and support often going on several times a day, including when she can’t sleep in the middle of the night. 829 more words

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Workshop: Picking Up The Pieces: Moving Forward After Cancer Treatment

A workshop for women living with ovarian and other gynecological cancers.

Stepping back into everyday life after having faced a life-threatening illness is not as simple as it sounds. 158 more words


Breakdown - Guilt

I figured this needed two titles, because let’s face it, this isn’t gonna be the one and only time I’m gonna write a post called ‘Breakdown’. 1,814 more words

My Herstory

Day 17: Kim Ringen, survivor. "Everyone kept blowing off my concerns as typical pregnancy symptoms."

Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2015

Day 17: Kim Ringen, Lung Cancer Survivor
“Everyone kept blowing off my concerns as typical pregnancy symptoms.” 141 more words