Survivor Stories

LightbulbTurning pain into purpose heals! Share your story of survival to inspire and empower women all across the world to take control of their bodies.  The strength and power of words saves lives, so gals, let’s start talking!  Remember, this is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice or an alternative to care. Consult your physician to see which lifestyles, diagnostic tools and treatments are best appropriate for you, doll!

Endometrial cancer discovered 8/1/2013. Robotic hysterectomy performed on 8/22/13. Chemo started in Sept. 2013, 6 treatments of Carboplatin and Paclitaxol. Few weeks...
When I was diagnosed with Breast cancer a few years back, I reacted like most who receive a cancer diagnose; first thing came to mind was a “death sentence”. However, I...
I have been having "episodes" for as long as I can remember. They seemed hormonal, and I thought they were natural. They consist of deja vu, ocular field changes, and...
I would see a dot of blood every once and awhile for almost a year when I went the bathroom. I could not tell if it was vaginal or rectal...it was that little, but it...
My name is Gina Cook and I am addicted to life and laughter. I was diagnosed with Stage Three Breast Cancer at the age of 31. I am now 39 and so grateful for life and...
I was diagnosed in October 2010 with Stage IV Ovarian Cancer at the age of 42. After going through a hysterectomy with debulking and the convention regimen of...

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