When you're asking yourself...
Where do I start?
What about the financial burden?
Where can I get plugged into community?
I'm healthy... what is my role in this?
Are there ways to prevent cancer?
Can I share my story?
A New Way of Thinking!
“LIFESTYLE can keep cancer in check.”
(Lorenzo Cohen, Director of the Integrative Medicine Program at MD Andersen Cancer Center, Houston, TX)
Reduce new cases of cancer by 50%, through educating people about living an anti-cancer lifestyle. Reach into local communities throughout the United States, supporting families both emotionally and financially that are currently in the fight with cancer.
You Are Not Alone
Bring a friend along with you or share Kickin’ Cancer with someone you know who needs encouragement as they begin their cancer journey.
Why We Believe Kickin' Cancer Matters
New Cases Continue to Rise
“Based on current models, 1 in 3 American Women and 1 in 2 American men will receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime… in the next two decades.”
~Lorenzo Cohen PHD.
What you can do NOW
Lifestyle change steps
Hear from those who have gone before
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...
National Cancer Survivor Day is an annual event held the first Sunday of every June. The National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation defines a cancer survivor as anyone living with a history of cancer, from diagnosis to remainder of life. Although cancer is the second...
I was born (1956) and raised in Southern Oregon in the town of Grants Pass. My time as a child was spent mostly outside running around the neighborhood or playing sports. We had a wooded area directly behind our house to start out with. This later was cleared and a...
“Kickin’ Cancer helps fill a niche in the fight against cancer by raising money for YOUR neighbors.”
“Being a three-year survivor of Stage IV metastic cancer, that began in my left breast then went to my bones and liver, I just had my 7th PET scan. I am 100% clear and the lesions on my bones are healed!! WE are making a difference.”