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Category: Life After Cancer
KristanOsborne
Feb
08

Life Before Cancer

Before cancer, I was engaged to be married and living a happy, healthy life. But everything changed in April 2014 when I was diagnosed with stage 4 uterine cancer. Read More

KristanOsborne
Jan
23

Life After Cancer

Hello All, I decided to write about Life After Cancer. I have been struggling with many unpredictable emotions now that I am in remission. But I have realized that I need to be patient with my recovery and there are a few suggestions to assist you along the way. Read More

sherry
Jan
14

16 Ideas for a Beautiful 2016

Along with our appreciation for your support, friendship and generosity in 2015, we're sending you our very best wishes - and a few inspiring ideas - for a beautiful new year. Read More

sherry
Aug
15

Love. You.

It wasn't until I was confined to my hospital bed that I recognized the importance of making time to put myself first. But when you put your self first, you create a better you. Read More

The Guest Room
Apr
28

Andrea Douglas: Laughter is the best medicine

I walked into the restaurant, found Kathleen and pulled off my hat. She looked at me, speechless. “Rapunzel,” she finally blurted out. Not a funny story in and of itself. Except my hair was barely a centimetre long at the time — hardly the long, flowing locks of legend. It was one of my first public forays “au naturel” — which for me meant no wig, no hat and no headscarf. Yes, this is a story about breast cancer. About illness. About losing your hair. But mostly, it’s about friendship and feeling lucky. It’s about an incredible group of women whose shared laughter has become, for me, one of the most beautiful sounds on earth. Read More

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