Meghan McCallum

Meghan McCallum is a freelance writer and French to English translator. Since being diagnosed with stage III triple negative breast cancer at age 32, Meghan has taken an active role in the cancer community to share stories and resources. She strives to support conversations around cancer and empower others to advocate for their own health and well-being.

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When It Comes to Health, Communication Is Key

MyUzima Health & Wellness works to improve health outcomes for Black communities.

Reason to Ride

Young Survival Coalition’s Tour de Pink raises funds for young adult breast cancer support.

Find Your Base, Reach Your Summit

Base2Summit adventure camp provides grounding and growth for young adult cancer survivors.

Working Toward Inclusive Oncology

The National LGBT Cancer Network breaks down health disparities for the queer community. Their work becomes especially important during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when “Pink-tober” can alienate those it is trying to help.

Alive and Redefined

From chemo, surgery and radiation to swim, bike and run, the Team Phoenix triathlon training program redefines cancer survivorship.

To the Screen

Renee Ridgeley pushed for the inclusion of “The Simpsons” uniboob character Dr. Wendy Sage, but her breast cancer advocacy goes even further than that.

Not Your Average Support Group

Recovery on Water takes on breast cancer on the Chicago River.

Summer Camp: Cancer Edition

Young Adult Cancer Camp, hosted by Elephants and Tea and Young Adult Survivors United, will take place over Labor Day Weekend.

Cancer Treatment’s Crucial Component

Through physical therapy treatments and educational videos, cancer rehabilitation specialist Dr. Leslie Waltke, PT, DPT helps individuals at all phases of recovery.

Oncology’s Melting Pot

Gryt Health demystifies integrative oncology so warriors can reap the rewards of a mind-body approach toward cancer treatment.