Hear from the supporters, warriors and thrivers themselves who have turned making a difference into their mission.
The summer issues warrior is Leonard, a lymphoma warrior diagnosed during the pandemic.
Pre-vivor Paige Kornblue says observing her mother’s surprise battle with colon cancer inspired her to take her health seriously, even during a pandemic.
Brad Beetham of Cal’s Angels is the international issue’s Spotlight Supporter.
Armed with a brand new targeted therapy option, familial support and a sense of humor, Shannan A. is rising above brain cancer.
After a stage IV breast cancer diagnosis, Leslie Ferris Yerger realized there was a lot she hadn’t known about the risk of cancer when it comes to dense breasts. With the formation of nonprofit My Density Matters, she’s urging other women to take action.
Even with a cancer diagnosis, there can be moments that are cause for celebration.
Meet issue 10’s cancer thriver, Kate Haleblian, who survived cancer right when her young adult life was about to begin.
After a leukemia diagnosis as a young adult, Jen Biondi has shifted her focus toward embracing the important things in life, one day at a time.
Chantelle Krangle knows all too well that surviving childhood cancer doesn’t end when you reach adulthood. Cancer has left a lingering legacy for the 27 year old as she works to move forward in life two decades after a diagnosis.
After surviving childhood cancer, Lauren Pickhart was determined to rediscover the things in life she was actually passionate about.