18 Sep

Like Mother Like Daughter

By Tina Conrad In order to understand my cancer story, I feel compelled to tell my mom’s story.  She had breast cancer in 2001 and then...
18 Sep

Keep Calm and Carry On

By Tina Conrad As the daughter of a two-time breast cancer survivor, I did take breast cancer seriously…I started mammograms at the early age...
8 Sep

Demystifying life with chronic illness

Truth be told, sometimes the hardest lessons to learn are the ones our spirit needs the most. These two pictures are forty-eight hours apart....
28 Aug

Join us as we LAUNCH our #KnowMoreDisparities & #PullUpASeat Mini-Symposia, in partnership with GRASP!

Tigerlily Foundation and Guiding Researchers & Advocates to Scientific Partnerships (GRASP) partner to host a bi-monthly mini-symposia to shine...
19 Jun

Why Celebrate Juneteenth?

Juneteenth is known as a day of celebration for the freedom of African Americans from slavery dating all the way back to 1865.  Why is...
10 Jun

Do Black Lives Really Matter to Blue Cross Blue Shield in North Carolina?

You would think that in this era of the COVID-19 pandemic, health insurance companies would exercise responsibility and be hyper-sensitive to...
20 May

Controlling My Story With Scalp Cooling

BY: Shea Mencel I was diagnosed with Stage II, hormone receptor-positive breast cancer in June 2018.  I was 29 years old. Life as I...
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