3 Ways You Can Support Individuals Coping With Cancer

3 Ways You Can Support Individuals Coping With Cancer

Individuals who have experienced the effects of cancer, whether firsthand or through caring for a loved one understand the emotional, physical, and financial challenges it brings. While doctors and researchers are at the front line of assisting cancer patients with...
It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

In 2009 Marianne McNally was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. 2015 brought her a new diagnosis, Stage 4, her breast cancer had metastasized to her bones. Since the very day she was diagnosed with breast cancer she knew she would fight hard. Not wanting the same...
In the DANGER Zone

In the DANGER Zone

I am 47 years old and have survived by overcoming cancer! On 3/23/2022, after 15 months of being on multiple epilepsy medication, I was diagnosed with Acute Panmyelosis with Myelofibrosis (not having achieved remission). My life had become quite complicated! Why am I...
Health is a LIFESTYLE

Health is a LIFESTYLE

Mikki Meisner I had my first diagnosis of cervical & uterine cancer when I was 28. I have been on a journey of personal transformation ever since. Oddly, cancer was one of the greatest gifts I have ever been given. I remember blankly staring at the almighty Dr....
Hat’s Off

Hat’s Off

Follow up on Ozzy Brown. (by Margaret Browning, staff of KickinCancer)  JJ and Chyla Brown, received the news on March 4, 2022 that their 2-year-old little boy, the light of their world, had Diffused Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), which is an inoperable brain tumor...
Life Will Be Good

Life Will Be Good

My name is Robin Barney, I was diagnosed with cervical cancer at the age of 23, over 44 years ago and have been in remission ever since. Forty-four years ago I went in for the usual pap and two weeks later received a call asking me to come for a consultation. I had a...