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Crashing the Pink Party

It’s the first day of October. Let the pink games begin! For many of us with metastatic breast cancer, October is like a party we weren’t invited to join. You’d think, w...



“Life Can Change In An Instant” – A Guest Post by Previvor, Ally Durlester

Here’s part 2 of my featured mother/daughter guest posts for HBOC Week. In this one, Nicki Boscia-Durlester’s daughter, Ally, shares what it was like for her to hear her mom h...



2014 Breast Cancer Series: Advice, Strength, Passion and Experience

I was on a mission of selfishness last October as I sought out women to share their breast cancer experiences. At the time, I needed to know that there were women living years beyond thei...



Organic Food Garden Abundance

A hot, hot day, but a walk with a camera round my organic food garden at the day's end is always invigorating. Mulberries taste so sweet straight from the tree, and blossom on the new li...


Parenting With Cancer? Then Read This.

I’ve known Sarah Mendoza via her blog and our Twitter chats for a number of years. She was a guest author on the blog three years ago, when she wrote about her experience… Con...


Breaking News…The Pink Vaccine is Coming! Clinical Trials to begin in 2015

For the past eleven years there has been a dream in the making; a world without breast cancer. This dream was based on a vision to eradicate the disease using a revolutionary approach; th...


Berries in cancer therapy experiment

From: bbc.com Scientists suggest chokeberries could work in combination with conventional drugs to kill more cancer cells. But the UK research is at an early stage, with experiments carri...




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“Fifty-two Octobers” – A Guest Post for HBOC Week by Nicki Boscia-Durlester

I am pleased to once again this year feature two guest posts during HBOC (hereditary breast & ovarian cancer) Week. This year I have the great privilege of sharing a mother’s an...




When cancer simply vanishes, could it be a key to a cure?

By: Julie Deardorff, Chicago Tribune From: zdailysun.com In her 28-year career, Dr. Deborah Axelrod, a New York physician, says she’s had just one patient whose advanced breast cancer ine...


Health Insurance Companies Now Dictate Your Cancer Care, To Your Detriment

Health Insurance Companies Now Dictate Your Cancer Care, To Your Detriment I was disappointed (but not particularly surprised) to read a May 27, 2014 Wall Street Journal article yesterday...


Monday Morning Motivation

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Halloween Popcorn | Adventures in Pinterest

Happy one year anniversary to Adventures in Pinterest! This project all started when Anna took on 30 Days of Pinterest last year and convinced me, Megan and Jessica to contribute. We all ...


Mindful Monday

Whatever happens to me in life, I must believe that somewhere, In the mess or madness of it all There is a sacred potential– A possibility for wondrous redemption In the embracing o...


My First Cancer Fundraising Experience

I was so excited that I had such a hard time sleeping the night before the Stop Cancer 5k/10k race. I was wide-awake at 5 a.m. with no hope of sleeping even one more minute. I had my outf...