Full Name: Jenny Robinson Type of Cancer: Invasive Ductal Carcinoma grade 3 Instagram: @Jennyc_robinson Facebook: Jenny.robinson.3705 Finding Purpose through the Struggle It was Mother’s Day, May 10, 2015, and I had just returned home from a trip to New York with my mom and sister.
Full Name: Sara Quiriconi Type of Cancer: Hodgkin's Lymphoma Instagram: @livefreewarrior Facebook: livefreewarriortv Youtube: Live Free Warrior I was diagnosed with Stage 2A (possibly 3) Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at the ripe age of 19 years old. They were never able to tell me exactly what was
Full Name: Tina Conrad Type of Cancer: Breast Cancer Instagram: @djbreastcancer Facebook: Tina Conrad, DJ Breast Cancer Page Twitter: @djbreastcancer After facing breast cancer head on, I knew that I had to share my breast cancer journey with others. When I was diagnosed at the
Full Name: Brittany Alvarado Type of Cancer: Thyroid Cancer Instagram: @bavacado Twitter: @bavacado2 It wasn't long after my spring semester of my junior year of college that I noticed something was off about me. The energetic, go-getter girl was now tired, moody and unmotivated.
Full Name: Suzi Robinson Type of Cancer: St 4 Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma & Thyroid Cancer Instagram: @Suziisrael Facebook: Suzi Robinson Twitter: @Suzir My mom died shortly after her 50th birthday when I was 18. I spent my life sort of dreading the birthday.
Full Name: Laura DuBois Type of Cancer: Breast cancer - DCIS with micro invasion, HER2+ Instagram: @headcoachlaura Facebook: Laura DuBois Being told you have cancer is surreal. Of course no one ever expects to hear those words, and when it happens, there is no
Full Name: Stephanie Johnson Type of Cancer: Breast Instagram: @Sjohnsonartist I have a long background in corporate work but had always wanted to be in the beauty business. I had always wanted to do hair. When I was diagnosed at 38 with stage 3,
Full Name: Gayline Clifford Type of Cancer: Phyllodes Tumor/Sarcoma Instagram: @justaglikeme Facebook: Gayline Clifford I've always thought that cancer was something that happened to other people. "Oh I'll never get that" I would think. I've always been super active and pretty much in good