Posts Tagged ‘breast cancer’

Karen Gooding, the North Carolina freelance writer who pens the Athena blog, is a three-time cancer survivor and eternal optimist. Diagnosed with breast cancer…

This autobiography, with its quirky and up-beat title and enchanting naive illustration on the front cover, will certainly attract the most discerning reader wh…

This is from Susan Rahn’s blog StickIt2Stage4. Susan has been active in her home state of New York advocating for Aid-In-Dying legislation. Please see the links…

Beth Caldwell

Beth Caldwell died this week. She leaves a legacy that every cancer patient should care about. Beth was about taking charge. She had to be. With an aggressive s…

Diagnosed in 2004 with breast cancer, Sue Weldon began her journey searching for therapies that would complement the medical treatments she was receiving like a…

Lara MacGregor was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 at the age of 30, 7 months pregnant with her second son. She received a package of scarves from a…

Cancer simply wears you down. How do you cope with cancer as a chronic disease? Here’s some reality and inspiration:   Blog: The New York Times Well  Blogger: S…

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Who: Minas Chrysopoulo, MD “Dr. C”  of Plastic Reconstructive Microsurgical Associate in San Antonio,TX has been named one of America’s Top Surgeons and is rout…

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This is from Susan Rahn’s blog StickIt2Stage4. Susan has been active in her home state of New York advocating for Aid-In-Dying legislation.  Please see the link…

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