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My story of Breast Cancer and what I learnt from it turned me into a more positive person

Hello Lovely Ladies, out there! My name is Anna Wassman and I am 25 years old. I would like to share my story of Breast Cancer; I was...
Blog - Reflections - Spirituality - Warrior

I’m not just Lucy with cancer. My cancer diagnosis is just a chapter. 1 of 4

Hmmm, how do I share the story of a diagnosis that happened ten years ago? Well, for starters I was way too young and breast cancer...
Blog - Nutrition - Survivorship - Warrior

Turning Pain Into Purpose: One Breast Cancer Thriver’s Story 1 of 4

Hello there, lovely! I’m Lauren – a breast cancer survivor turned holistic nutritionist. I founded my company Nutritious Delicious...
Metastatic Breast Cancer - MY LIFE

How to be a Good Friend to Someone with Terminal Cancer

Her husband Patrick has big plans for the Northwest Arkansas METSquerade. Plans to double year one donations in year two, three, and stand...
Blog - Triple Negative Breast Cancer - Warrior

Triple Bite: Badass, Passionate, Stubborn (3 of 5)

Received from Sarah Kelly, Co-founder of SaltyGirlBeauty, www.saltygirlbeauty.com In 2015, Sarah was diagnosed with Stage 3 Triple...
Blog - Warrior

My Diagnosis & Discovering my Jenfluence

By: Jen Hoverstad Before March of 2018, I led a seemingly vanilla life in Raleigh, North Carolina – the same city where I was...
Stories - Warrior

Marnie

Marnie is a former Wall Street professional, thyroid cancer survivor and breast cancer previvor. After being diagnosed with the BRCA gene...
Blog - Reflections - Warrior

I heard these words: you have breast cancer.

My name is Izabela 8/17/16 my very comfy life turned 180. I heard these words: you have breast cancer. I just turned 33 Radiology tech...
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Kate Zickel

I was diagnosed with stage three invasive ductal carcinoma on September 21, 2017. The good news is that It’s the most common and...
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What Cancer Taught Me: Advice from a Survivor

By Caitlin M. Kiernan There is no question that a cancer diagnosis is life-altering.  I was never the same girl after my diagnosis....