Surviving Esophageal Cancer: “I’ve kept my promise”

By Karen Wells April is Esophageal Cancer Month, and in this blog post, Karen Wells shares her story of being diagnosed and treated for esophageal cancer. According to the American Association for Cancer Research, of the estimated 18,440 Americans living with esophageal cancer, 16,170 died of the disease in 2020, making it one of the … Read more>>

Esophageal Cancer: Our Journey

By Mathew Herbert In this blog post, guest blogger Mathew Herbert shares his story of providing care and support for his wife who was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, and, according to the American Association for Cancer Research, more than 18,000 Americans were diagnosed with the disease in 2020. Kelly … Read more>>

Postpartum Breast Cancer – A New Mom’s Story

By Amanda Cabrera In this blog post, guest blogger Amanda Cabrera shares her story of how she was diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after becoming a new mom. She stresses the importance of early detection as she does her part to raise awareness of this cancer that will affect one out of eight women over … Read more>>

Founder of CancerHAWK Shares Her Caregiver Story

Our guest post this week comes from Robyn Stoller, CancerHawk Founder and Patient Advocate. After losing her husband to cancer, she became empowered to help others navigate the online resources available to help them fight the disease. You can find Robyn’s website at www.CancerHawk.com. She’s also @CancerHAWK on Twitter, and has a Facebook page at … Read more>>