Cover Story

All of our charming cover stars’ stories in one convenient place.

Over the Moon

Photographer and filmmaker Ben Moon has experienced many wild things throughout his years on the road, but a colorectal cancer diagnosis at 29 was by far one of the least expected. Now cancer-free, Moon combines vulnerability and adventure to show that even with hardship, there is still a lot of life left to live.

Real Talk

In all of her unfiltered and unabashed glory, GIRLvsCANCER founder Lauren Mahon has set out to show young women that they are more than a diagnosis.

Coming Up Roses

Cancer has had a presence in Allyn Rose’s life for as long as she can remember. After witnessing her mother, grandmother and great aunt battle breast cancer, the model and former Miss USA underwent a preventative mastectomy. Now, she’s empowering previvors everywhere.

Yes, She Can

Kym Douglas, a star of shows like “Home & Family” and “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” says her breast cancer diagnosis taught her one important lesson—how to advocate for herself.

She’s Got This

After her own battle, manager-to-the-stars and vivacious personality Clara Pablo brings breast cancer awareness to one very deserving and secretive population—the Latina community.

America’s Favorite Warrior

From his start in medicine, finding his groove in stand-up comedy and hosting the hit competition show, “American Ninja Warrior,” to raising millions of dollars for charity, Matt Iseman has connected with audiences through the gift of storytelling.

A Family Affair

Drs. Jennifer and Jaehyuk Choi together run a first-of-its-kind oncodermatology department and lab, revolutionizing the fast-developing field, while still making time to raise their three daughters in Chicago’s North Shore.

Closing the Gap

TV personality and OB-GYN Dr. Jessica Shepherd understands the importance of addressing health disparities from every angle.

Holding the Key to the Cure

Meet Dr. Jason Luke, immunotherapy’s “man of the moment” and our cover star. Luke believes immunotherapy is the future of cancer-care treatment. Is he right?