Caregiver Stories

LIVING with Breast Cancer: Share Caregiver Stories

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February 5, 2016

We invite our fans to honor their caregivers.  Sometimes caregivers are the ‘silent heroes’ in the fight against cancer, staying strong for the men and women they love.  This is an invitation to share their story – not only to honor them, but to inspire others with ideas on what might make someone newly diagnosed feel better.

If you are a caregiver and have a story to share in memory of a loved, we welcome your story too. Find out how Bob made a difference to his mom when she was in the final stages of battling breast cancer.

Below, Linda shares her “Bag of Love” story, and reads a special message that brings her to tears even twelve years after her original diagnosis.

Join us – share your message of hope!

  • The first fifteen fans to participate will receive a free The Tutu Project Calendar.
  • At the end of February the five stories with the most shares or likes will receive a gift package from our team.
  • It’s easy. You can use your Webcam, upload a video or download the One Story app.

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