Category Cancer Patient Stories

Breast Cancer Patient Skates Past Cancer

Have you ever wanted to ice skate at Rockefeller Center? If so, you’re not alone. But what if balance and coordination escape you the moment you step on the ice? You may need the help of two-time breast cancer survivor…


If we can survive cancer, we can survive anything

I had found the lump by myself. There were no other symptoms. All of the doctors I had seen before making an appointment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute told me, “Girls your age don’t get cancer.” I was diagnosed with stage 2 triple negative invasive ductal carcinoma (breast cancer) at the age…


Leukemia diagnosis springs patient into action

In 2012 all was grand, or so I thought. I had it all: a fabulous career and a wonderful life in South Florida and a loving marriage. Having led global communications for two of the biggest employers with headquarters in…