Forge Ahead with Purpose

Forge Ahead with Purpose

My name is Daniel Shockley, retired U.S. Navy, Operation Desert Storm; Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran. I am a colon cancer survivor, have a rare gene mutation and an ostomy. At the age of 51, I received a life-changing diagnosis after...
Believe in Yourself

Believe in Yourself

The greatest challenge of my life began in 2012 when I was coaching girls’ high school basketball in Texas. I had a callus break open on the bottom of my left foot right below my third toe. Initially, I didn’t think much of it, but after a few weeks of the wound not...
A Closer Look

A Closer Look

Jeanice Lee talks to Co-Founder/Executive Director of Kickin’ Cancer, Baron Robison. Baron shares his personal story as to why he created this non-profit formed with the idea to get rid of cancer and to educate people about living an anti-cancer lifestyle. Kickin...
Cancer Changes Things

Cancer Changes Things

I have never been one to be such an open book on social media where I tell the hardest things that are happening.   Or even been one to ask for help.   But cancer has a way of changing things. I was diagnosed with triple negative inflammatory breast cancer.   This is...
This Journey – a Walk with Cancer

This Journey – a Walk with Cancer

My Story – Morgan Davis Growing up I was the oldest of three younger brothers and I was raised to believe we should be private about our lives and our feelings, especially being a “lady”. Receiving a cancer diagnosis has shown me that being...
Reclaiming Your Path

Reclaiming Your Path

Reclaiming Your Path: A Guide to Thriving After Cancer Remission Living through and beyond a cancer diagnosis is a transformative experience that opens a new chapter in life. This chapter is teeming with opportunities to not only continue thriving but also to redefine...