Free Cancer Support by CSC

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A cancer diagnosis can be very overwhelming whether you’re a patient or a caregiver. But the Cancer Support Community (CSC) is here to help in all kinds of ways – for free! Learn more with my interview with their Executive Director, Julia Forth:   How and when did the Cancer Support Community get started? The Cancer Support Community (CSC) was …

Kayakers vs. Speed Boaters

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The start of her breast cancer non-profit did not come from a life-long dream, but rather from circumstance, out of necessity and a surprising personal story. Mary Beth describes her ride down the rapid of her life, and how she (with the help of her co-founder, Rene Bowditch) turned it into a thriving haven where women diagnosed with breast cancer can …

Here to help cancer patients, Angel Foundation

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Although there are many organizations that help cancer patients by funding research to put an end to cancer, this one helps the patient directly, financially and emotionally. We’re proud to share our interview with the Angel Foundation! Angel Foundation got started in a bittersweet way, can you explain? Our founder, Margie Sborov, was in high school when her boyfriend, Jim, was …

Tara Sparks’ Cancer Story

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We’re so happy to share the story of Tara Sparks, a North Carolina breast cancer survivor who’s not afraid to ‘say it like it is.’ Tara’s raw and uninhibited insight into the world of cancer will set you straight about how to talk, act and be around cancer patients if you’re a friend of a patient, as well as how …

Inspiring Cancer Patients World Wide – How Imerman Angels was Born

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Jonny Imerman, founder of Imerman Angels, is using his cancer journey to change the world of cancer. Now he’s inspiring cancer patients all over the world. When he was just 26, his promising commercial real estate career stretched in front of him like an interstate. He was wearing a suit and tie by day, taking MBA classes by night, going …

The Cards We’re Dealt

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Where were you when you were seventeen? Hanging out with your friends at Starbucks? Or having sleepovers after cheering at your high school football game? Or maybe you played video games after soccer practice with your buddies? Enter Jennifer Anand from Ohio. The oldest of seven kids, she plays six instruments (Violin, piano, cello, organ, viola and accordion), and she …

How Healing is Humor?

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Humor is the Best Medicine. If you’ve ever gone to a comedy show, you may have noticed how you felt when you left – a little lighter, happier. But cancer isn’t funny. How are you supposed to laugh when you or a family member has cancer? Watch this trailer of my speech, Humor and Cancer at the Integrated Health International Conference …