(888) 452-7882

Stories & Inpirations

  • Zen and Breast Cancer

    Zen and Breast Cancer

    Where the “C” word meets the “Z” word by Khevin Barnes Not too many years ago the word “cancer” frightened a lot of people. A cancer diagnosis continues to do so, but the word itself has backed its way out of our discomfited vocabulary for the most part. I remember as a youngster being reluctant to reveal that my astrological sign was R...

    Continue reading »

  • A Blessed Journey

    A Blessed Journey

      It’s been more of a blessed journey than a difficult one as so many others testify too. I was diagnosed with breast cancer almost a year ago. I don’t know about the timing, it would have been bad news at anytime, as my life was in the middle of a serious cluster…stuff. I had been attending school part-time and was also unemployed and t...

    Continue reading »

  • Art Imitates Life

    Art Imitates Life

    Terminal breast cancer patient hopes fashion spread will reveal beauty in even the most tragic situations Jill Brzezinski-Conley of Louisville, Kentucky has starred in a stunning Paris photo shoot to show women with cancer that they can be beautiful even with the disease. Read More http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/terminal-breast-cancer-patien...

    Continue reading »

  • Proud Survivor

    Proud Survivor

    I am 53 years mother, grandmother and was a wife at the time of my diagnosis.  After visiting a Breast Health Specialist, in 2011, I was diagnosed with Atypia which is pre-cancerous ductile carcinoma. My diagnosis showed I had an 87.5% chance of developing breast cancer in the next 3 years. My last biopsy, earlier that year, showed a 98% fill on 6 lum...

    Continue reading »

Contact US

[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]