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Archive for the ‘cancer survivor’ Category


Dancing With The Enemy by Meg Brown




~~~ Dancing With The Enemy by Meg Brown In Dancing With The Enemy (Letting the Good Outweigh the Bad)– Meg Brown — author, cancer survivor, and celebrated speaker — tells the passionate, remarkable and spellbinding story of how she overcame a life-and-death battle with cancer — turning devastation and adversity into an uplifting, life-transforming experience […]

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Pam Cromwell – Painting a New Picture of Cancer®




~~~ Pam Cromwell – Painting a New Picture of Cancer® See Our Profile of this amazing cancer fighter on CancerFreeRadio.com About Pink for Pam Pink for Pam provides those actively fighting cancer with tools to live full lives during treatment and develop and maintain a positive, powerful, and healthy mind, body, and spirit. Cancer has […]

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Ciara Priestly ~ A “Must Read” Breast Cancer Survivor Story




~~~~~ Ciara Priestly An Amazing Cancer Survivor Ciara Priestly is the creator and designer of a beautifully compassionate line of Head Scarves for patients undergoing chemo related hair loss. Ciara’s devotion to this compelling service is a result of her own overwhelming experience with breast cancer. Head Scarves by Ciara Headscarves by Ciara tailor-make and […]

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Inspiring Cancer Survivor: Cheryl Therrien




Cheryl Therrien’s moniker is: Geek Girl. Geek Girl is a tech nerd & breast cancer survivor. CLICK HERE to see our full profile of Cheryl on Cancer Free Radio’s website.             …

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The Pink Paper – offers inspiration, hope and information to nourish the mind, body and spirit during a Cancer Experience




Here is a special Resource that you should know about: The Pink Paper The Pink Paper was founded by Editor-in-Chief Natalie Palmer and Publisher Roy Gardner. Natalie is a metastatic breast cancer thriver and was compelled to launch a resource that focused on prevention. The Pink Paper is a free monthly magazine that as Natalie […]

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Cancer Survivor Spotlight: Ali Maloy
Author of:CANCER CRASH COURSE: What to Expect When You’ve Got Cancer




If you’ve recently been diagnosed with cancer, you probably already realize how terrifying “facing cancer” can be—you are dealing with the crippling horror right now. The day my doctor told me I had cancer is still as clear in my head as if it happened yesterday. The diagnosis itself is nothing short of petrifying—but going […]

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Eazy Brow® – Helping Chemo Patients Confront Facial Hair Loss




I just profiled Wendy McGee and her company, Eazy Brow® on the Cancer Free Radio Site. This is an amazing product that will help women who experience facial hair loss during chemo to regain elements of their appearance that soothes the spirit and rebuilds self esteem. SEE THE FULL REPORT ON: Cancer Free Radio …

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How To Have Your “Best Life After Breast Cancer”




More and more of us are surviving Breast Cancer…thanks to early detection, proactive health changes and improving treatment options. However, after surviving such an exhausting, emotional, challenging and often frightening experience many survivors are left with a “post cancer confusion” state. There are questions. What’s next? How do I feel empowered again? How do I […]

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8 Steps to Transforming Cancer into a Passionate Life




There are many cancer survivors who agree that cancer was the best thing that ever happened to them. Some cancer patients find this impossible to believe. However, the key to having an appreciation for the ultimate health scare is that it forces transformation. A cancer survivor has a renewed appreciation for life, a greater desire […]

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Blogger: Sheri Ann – I Beat Cancer Now What




Guest Blogger: Sheri Ann (Breast Cancer Survivor) Blog: I Beat Cancer Now What Website:  http://ibeatcancernowwhat.blogspot.com Sheri Ann’s Advice:  My name is Sheri Ann and I was diagnosed with breast cancer, invasive lobular carcinoma, 3 years ago.  I went through 3 lumpectomies, chemotherapy and radiation treatments.  Having been clear for 3 years and planning on staying […]

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