Stories

Baron Robison and Brenda Farris, the brother and sister who started Kickin-Cancer

What started with a brother and sister, Baron Robison and Brenda Farris, choosing to face another day is now an international organization of people committed to prevent cancer and support those in the fight.

The Faces of Kickin’ Cancer

Sharing legacies and making it a priority to honor those who have gone before us is an important part of our mission. We want to celebrate, fight, weep, and rally alongside each person we in this journey.

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...

Cancer Care for Older Adults

Cancer Care for Older Adults

As we grow older, the need grows for us to focus on health care. This is especially true for cancer care, as the chances of developing cancer increase in our senior years. As of 2022, there are nearly two million new cases of cancer diagnosed each year in the United...

A Lonely Feeling

A Lonely Feeling

My cancer journey began in November 2019. I had worked many years for Costco Wholesale and I was thinking about retiring. I wanted to take advantage of my insurance benefits before I left the company. I had all of my yearly medical appointments scheduled. As soon as...

Listen to your BODY

Listen to your BODY

Hello Future Cancer Survivors. My Family and I have been on this journey since February 2020. Of course, the cancer started before then, but I was stupid. I didn't listen to signs my body was giving me. I just assumed it was what I called "old man bladder" jokingly....

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...