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...
Can’t Steal My JOY

Can’t Steal My JOY

In early 2019, I found a lump in my left breast. I panicked. It came out of nowhere. I quickly made an appointment and within a week I was getting a mammogram. My mammogram came back clear, but because there was an obvious lump I was referred to have an ultrasound. I...
Little Surprises

Little Surprises

In July of this year 2022, I noticed what I thought was a wart on the bottom of my right foot. I treated it for a few weeks, but it didn’t go away, in fact it got bigger and turned black. My Beautiful Wife encouraged me to call the Dermatologist. I did and scheduled...
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...
Long Road Ahead

Long Road Ahead

Sandy’s Journey:  In June of 2021 Sandy got a cold and it took an extra-long time for her to recover from. A few weeks after in July she went to the doctor since she was having high heart rates and feeling extra tired. The doctor ordered blood work to be done. They...