Cancer Warriors Devotional

I haven’t shared anything about my book being published in February 4 through Illumify Media Global. It’s titled Cancer Warriors: 52...

The Hair Thing

Hair loss can be traumatic for cancer patients. I didn’t lose all my hair after immunotherapy, but it was getting so thin that I debated...

On Eagle's Wings

Summit Aviation is impacting cancer survivors’ lives, one Flight Camp at a time. A vision of Ben Walton, founder of Summit Aviation...

Nipple Tattooing

Do you want to hide scars or create the illusion of natural nipples without surgery? Try nipple tattooing. Living Beyond Breast Cancer...

Mammograms

Since it’s breast cancer awareness month, let’s talk about mammograms. Mammography uses low-energy X-rays to detect breast cancer,...

Cancer Action Network

The Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is the advocacy arm of the American Cancer Society. It unites and empowers cancer patients,...

Sisters Network, Inc.

Sisters Network, Inc., is a national African American breast cancer survivorship organization. Founded in 1994 by Karen Eubanks Jackson,...

Saving Lives, One Concert at a Time

A unique approach to serving cancer patients is the Love Hope Strength Foundation (LHS), founded in 2007. Their mission is to save lives,...

Cancer and Sugar, Take 2

So, my last blog post showed that sugar does not cause cancer. Since then, I found another article that claims sugar causes cancer to...

Cancer and Sugar

Everybody says that sugar causes cancer. The truth is more complicated than that. Photo by Jamin Djuang on Pexels.com The concept has...

A Brief History of Melanoma

I thought melanoma was a recent invention, but not so. The first recorded descriptions of the dark tumor (melas oma) are found in the...

Stand Up to Cancer

An organization called Stand Up to Cancer funds and develops the newest and most promising cancer treatments. It informs cancer patients...

Immunotherapy, Part 3- ipilimumab

After two surgeries, the oncologist wanted to start me on an immunotherapy drug called ipilimumab (trade name Verloy). Don’t you love...

Immunology, Part 1

Immunology is a new class of drugs. The FDA approved the first drug in 2011. Now there are myriads of them. Keytruda or pembrolizumab,...

Immunology, Part 2- Clinical Study

In August 2016, I entered a clinical study. I wanted to participate in the possible 📷development of new drugs for cancer. In this case,...

Don't Waste Your Cancer

Someone told me this when I was discussing my work-in-progress, a devotional for cancer patients and caregivers. I had just received word...