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Archive for the ‘Cancer Support’ Category


Important Resource Spotlight: Happy Chemo




Freebies, Discounts and Resources for those Facing Cancer Created by Ginger Johnson, a young cancer survivor (diagnosed at age 31 when 5 months pregnant), Happy Chemo! is an Oxymoron on a Mission to brighten the cancer journey. Our Mission is to ease the fear, frustration and financial burden associated with cancer by connecting survivors and […]

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An Amazing Resource to Help Women Confront Facial Hair Loss During Chemotherapy




When I heard about this resource, my first reaction was…..what an awesome thing that this company created! For so many women, enduring treatment to get well, is often a path that includes emotional and self-esteem shattering side effects. Usually the first thing one thinks about when they hear the word “chemo” is hair loss. And […]

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“Cancer Kickin Warrior” Inez Whitehead-Dickens –
A Voice of Hope for Cancer Survivors




The Cancer Kickin Warrior   Inez Whitehead-Dickens (AA Liberal arts,BS Psychology. ) is an 11 yr stage IIIB breast cancer survivor. When she was diagnosed with cancer, she looked for someone, like herself…. in an advanced stage of cancer; but to no avail. She thought the worst! She promised God if He pulled her through; […]

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Childhood Cancer Charity Spotlight:
The Richard D. Frisbee III Foundation




The Richard D. Frisbee III Foundation is a charity committed to raising funds for research and treatment of cancers that affect children and adults.  Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death from illness in children. While great advances have occurred in the last few decades, there is much to be done to find answers […]

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Joy Huber – Inspiring Patients to Face “Cancer with Joy”




Joy Huber is a stage four young adult cancer survivor and the founder of “Cancer with Joy.” She is an award-winning international presenter and songwriter. Joy helps the newly diagnosed and those on their support team learn how to transform fear into happiness with resources, support, and en‘courage’ment. She wrote the book “Cancer with Joy” […]

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Victoria Tashman – Founder of Pink-Link,
Helping Women to Get Targeted Support




Victoria Tashman is the Founder of Pink-Link.  After completing a year of Breast Cancer treatment, Victoria wanted to give back to the community that supported her. Victoria had a wide support group of friends and family and met many women who were battling breast cancer on their own. Some of these women were afraid of […]

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Wendy Jacobson – Hands Off My Hope – How Her Mother Beat the Odds and Created a Legacy to Inspire Others




Wendy Jacobson watched her Mother, Jan Zimmerman, battle breast cancer for over a decade. When she was first diagnosed in 1995, Jan was given a less than 10% chance of surviving longer than six months. Through sheer will and determination, Jan not only beat the odds, she also lived a good life for almost 13 […]

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Dina Nwaokai-Beecham – How Race Impacts Cancer Detection, Treatment and Survival




Dina Nwaokai-Beecham  is the author of: “Memoirs of Cancer: Ten African Americans Share Their Cancer Experience.” After being diagnosed with cancer, Dina Beecham, like other cancer survivors knew she was facing the most challenging ordeal of her life. But what she soon realized, was that being African American would make her cancer experience even more […]

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Dawn Jones and Kelly Vidovic – Helping Cancer Patients to: “Live, Love, and Walk Sexy!”




Back in December, i had the privilege of interviewing Dawn Jones. Dawn is a Cancer Treatment Centers of America patient who graciously shares each step of her cancer journey with thousands, daily. Dawn has been an inspiration and a role model for thousands, teaching us how to embrace life with gratitude, strength and beauty. Dawn […]

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Joni Aldrich – On Cancer Survival, Caregiving and Grief




Joni Aldrich is an author and speaker. She has published six books on how to survive cancer, caregiving, end-of-life issues, and grief. This journey began after she lost her husband, Gordon, to cancer that had metastasized to his brain. Her determination has intensified with the recent loss of her mother from lung cancer. She believes […]

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