There are a few things we can teach our kids to avoid unnecessary cancer risks. Just a few steps can make a big difference in our health. These five easy steps can be incorporated into your life as well as you families lifestyle.
Colors for a Cause was founded in 2011 as a way to honor 10 year old Brennan Daigle from Westlake, Louisiana whose battle with cancer created an army of supporters worldwide. This organization helps families who's kids are fighting cancer and is planning a 5K on May 17th.
Life is all about new experiences. Tomorrow I do something I have never done before. Sure I have spoke in front of large groups; but I have never spoke about my fight with cancer. I will do that for the first time tomorrow.
You're about to undergo surgery -- a double mastectomy, no less -- to fight breast cancer. You have no idea how the surgery is going to go. What do you do in the moments before they put you under? If you're Deborah Cohen, you just dance.
It was about ten years ago. I was riding the Metro in Houston on my way to my daily radiation treatment at MD Anderson. I chose to take my treatments early in the morning so I would not have to dread them all day. I saw people hustling to work and though "I wish I was going to work today." I think about that when I get up and don't feel like going to work.