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STORIES, NEWS & MORE
We’ve corralled living with breast cancer stories and recent articles that might be helpful from around the web. Get educated, inspired or heck, just use us our blog as a good way to pass the time.
One of my favorite aspects of my work is when someone shares their story with me. Thank you, Amy. I know your words will help inspire others diagnosed with this disease. I hate pink; always have. I always thought it was too foofy, too predictable, too 'girly.' Then...read more
vul·ner·a·ble ˈvəln(ə)rəb(ə)l/ What I become when my friend Jennifer invites me to and holds my hand while doing so as only a friend can do. Join me as I speak about myself, and living with breast cancer. I lessen my grip on the words hiding in the dark; words that on...read more
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with breast cancer, there may be resources available for your family. Advanced, recurrent, and treatment resistant forms of breast cancer “automatically” meet the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) requirements for...read more
How do we raise the issue of breast cancer to children without getting them too scared? A few years ago, breast cancer advocates Bob and Linda Carey were trying to create a “Ballerina” image for breast cancer awareness in Northern Michigan when a uniform police...read more
Meet this Week's Metastatic Breast Cancer Hero: Maggie the 'Bald Ballerina' We hear so many comments about what someone "should look like" while they are in treatment for breast cancer. Does it make it easier to avoid a hard conversation? Or that awkward silence when...read more
Today Linda Carey and I join the Stage IV Stampede in Washington, DC to join forces and raise our voices for Metastatic Breast Cancer. Linda has been living with metastatic breast cancer for almost ten years. Her ability to show others what thriving, fighting and...read more