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Diane LeBleu -Amazing Survivor Creates “PinkPockets” to Hold Surgical Drains (a story of BRCA positive twin sisters)




Diane LeBleu is a recent breast cancer patient/now survivor, having been diagnosed and treated at the young age of 39. Her diagnosis of Stage 2 Invasive Breast Cancer was just 6 years after her twin sister Denise was diagnosed with the same and 3 years after her aunt died of a breast cancer reoccurence at […]

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Linda Fisher – Amazing Survivor Creates Comforting Gifts
to Help Others Recover




In 2003 Linda Fisher learned that she had breast cancer. A double mastectomy was followed by 6 rounds of chemo. Linda was comforted by the help that she received on her cancer journey and was inspired to launch a project that created unique and amazing gift baskets packed with special selected items to help other […]

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Monica Allmond – Helping Cancer Survivors
to Become Cancer Victors




Last year Gloria McGowan was diagnosed with breast cancer and has been successfully treated. During her treatment and recovery her cousin, Monica Allmond was a source of support and motivation. Monica was so moved by the strength and determination of the women she encountered during Gloria’s cancer journey that she was compelled to inspire a […]

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Linda Fisher – Amazing Survivor Creates Comforting Gifts
to Help Others Recover




Interview will be posted above soon! http://www.recoverwithangels.com.

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Jan Allen – How BiddingForGood.com Facilitated
An Amazing Cancer Survivor Celebration




Jan Allen is a 45 year old breast cancer survivor. For Jan, 2010 was a year of surgeries, chemo and radiation treatments. She is thankful to be cancer-free, and now has new compassion for those who receive this troubling news. Jan strongly believes that we experience trials in life to better help others who find […]

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Brenda Jones – On Restoring Patient Dignity with HugWraps®




In October 2008 Brenda Jones was devastated by a breast cancer diagnosis. Being forced to put on a drab, generic, embarrassing traditional hospital gown every time she went in for treatment only made the experience worse. So with a flash of inspiration — and a crash-course in sewing — she decided to do something about […]

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