Life after a cancer diagnosis is changed and it is never going to be the way life was before BUT that does not mean we have to suffer or regret or miss our old life.
Cancer is a word that begins with “c” but for me, it is not, and never will be “The Big C”. This is my story of hope & recovery.
As hard as everything was, I am meant to be here. I was born a fighter. I don’t let it my cancer define me. I am a strong, intelligent woman now.
There is a light at the end of the cancer tunnel. I know because I am here, standing underneath it. It is warm, and it feels good
When I received my diagnosis of secondary cancer I found that there were no words to describe how I felt. I tried to write, but all I could do was sit in front of an empty sheet of paper, no words seemed to fit, nothing seemed to fit. And then I drew this. This seemed […]
We have put together 6 gift ideas for a chemotherapy survivor. Including items for comfort, pampering and celebration.
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