Amanda | Illinois

Amanda | Illinois

I was diagnosed with Stage 2 triple positive breast cancer as a single 30 something in April of 2018. Two years prior, I had watched my mom lose all her hair to the same cancer. It was hard for me to see my mom lose her hair and go through the treatment, and although...
Limor | California

Limor | California

Being diagnosed with breast cancer was frightening and overwhelming. After speaking to many breast cancer survivors, I came to terms with the diagnosis and felt strongly that I too would be able to kick this disease. Truth be told, the hardest part to come to terms...

Sandra | Mississippi

I was diagnosed with squamous cell cancer in my left inguinal lymph gland on 12/14/2018. My life turned upside down with the scans, visits with the oncologist, radiation oncologist and having a port placed. The holidays were a blur. I am very blessed to have strong...
Jamie | California

Jamie | California

I am currently battling breast cancer for the second time, having first been diagnosed with breast cancer in 2002 at the age of 31. My two sons were 3 and 4 years old at the time, and as you can imagine, there was no option for scalp cooling 15 years ago. I decided to...
Jocelyn | New Jersey

Jocelyn | New Jersey

When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, I was scared since I was a 37-year-old single mom. All I thought was “Because of my daughter, I refuse to lose this battle. She’s 13 and needs me more than ever.” I needed to keep life as normal as possible for her. I did lose...