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...
Honoring Veterans – Legacy

Honoring Veterans – Legacy

Remembering with Pride Dad was proud to serve in the Navy back in the early 1950s. I recall the stories. He had been on an aircraft carrier as a mechanic for four years. He also slept on the top bunk bed and drew himself up to his bunk by the pipes that were incased...
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...
No Cake Walk

No Cake Walk

My sister Holly was diagnosed with HER 2 positive breast cancer in August 2022, at the age of 64.  This aggressive cancer requires a course of chemotherapy, followed by a lumpectomy, then radiation.  She also started Herceptin with her first chemo infusion.  This form...
Remembering Family

Remembering Family

We never thought our family tree carried any cancer gene.  Yes, our father had cancer when he passed away, but after all he smoked for 40+ years; we expected that. UNTIL, both my sister and my first cousin on our dad’s side, were both diagnosed with breast cancer...
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...