Blog - Clincial Trials

Disparities in Clinical Trials: Why you should participate

Less than 5% of all cancer patients are currently enrolled in a clinical trial. Further, even though cancer mortality is higher among...
Blog - Spirituality

Caregiver Bill of Rights 

As a caregiver, you may easily find yourself being caught up with all of the day-to-day demands of caring for your loved one, and helping...
Blog - Reflections - Spirituality

Faith as a Foundation for Healing and Growth

"The View from the Mountaintop" by Lynda Gail Salmon, Ph.D. Three weeks after receiving my Ph.D., I was diagnosed with stage three...
Blog - Living with MBC - Metastatic Breast Cancer

Does having stage 4 breast cancer not make me worthy of Love?

As hard as it is to admit, I have not been successful in finding love in a mate in my adult years. Until my adult years, I had no issue in...
Blog - Living with MBC - Metastatic Breast Cancer

Worth reading about the findings published in SABCS 2019 for the treatment of HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer

Health is like a gift from God and those who have this blessing must try hard to preserve and keep it because nowadays one of the most...
Blog - Reflections - Survivorship

Cancer at 27, Chemo at 28

I was sitting at our coffee table marking school papers when I scratched an itch on my breast. Initially, I felt a lump like a marble or...
Blog - Reflections - Survivorship

Three easy ways to be a breast cancer advocate

One of the things I learned as a 2019-2020 Living Beyond Breast Cancer Young Advocate is advocacy can take many forms. In fact, there’s...
Blog - Clincial Trials - Living with MBC - Metastatic Breast Cancer - Metastatic Breast Cancer - MY LIFE

“Why did I become an Advocate?” – Sheila McGlown, Tigerlily MBC ANGEL Advocate

Often times I’m asked, “Why did I become an advocate?”  And often times I ask myself the same question “WHY did I become an...
Blog - Reflections - Spirituality - Survivorship

Holiday Blog: The answer is, through gratitude.

For any person, coming upon the end of a year can make you feel like you are searching for all the promises you’ve kept, goals...
Blog - children - Living with MBC - Metastatic Breast Cancer

Living with MBC is a family diagnosis

National Care Givers month has opened a door for my family and I to speak about my cancer diagnosis. Living with MBC is a family...