Happy Monday everyone. As you have noticed,my article for today is a bit different and it’s such an honor for me to be part of this wonderful blogging family.Thanks to blogging,I’v been able to have that voice,to express myself and to raise awareness. This week,I got to work with a great Cancer survivor,so thank you so much Heather for giving me this golden chance to participate in the NationalWomenHealthWeek #NWHW . I agreed to do this article because I feel concerned and I want to use my voice to help build hope and awareness.We really don’t know what can happen tomorrow and I think that Cancer is something that concerns all of us.If ever you are reading that post,I hope that this will inspire you and will save a life.
From awareness grows hope. Each voice could save a life.
Early detection of cancer can save lives, and awareness is the first step. If you know you have symptoms , or think you have, tell your doctor immediately
National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health. The goal is to empower women to make their health a priority. The week also serves as a time to help women understand what steps they can take to improve their health.Not only women but this concerns all of them,whether you are a man or a child or a teen Take care of your health ,Stand up,raise your voice,make a difference and let’s fight cancer !
From Tragedy to Triumph
Read Heather Von St James Cancer survivor powerful story
I was given just 15 months to live
In 2005, at the age of 36, and only three months after giving birth to my beautiful daughter Lily Rose, I was diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma. Upon learning of this life-altering diagnosis, my husband Cameron and I embarked upon a search to find the best mesothelioma treatment care available. Our search eventually led us to Dr. David Sugarbaker, a renowned mesothelioma surgeon at the Boston based Brigham and Women’s hospital.Today, I am a eight-year mesothelioma cancer survivor and have made it my mission to help other mesothelioma victims around the globe. I share my personal story to help spread hope and awareness for others going through this, in hopes that one day no one else will have to.. more
the Odds Don’t Matter.
Take the pledge and make your health top priority. Also help us raise awareness for Cancer.
I dedicate this post to everyone who lost their lives in the battle of cancer and a huge shoutout to all those who are still fighting with cancer,you are all superheroes 🙂
Please share this article and make a change. Feel free to share your stories in the comments,or pin this post or tweet that using the hashtag,I hope to see many people involved,I’m sure you will
“Cancer affects all of us, whether you’re a daughter, mother, sister, friend, coworker, doctor, or patient.” –Jennifer Aniston
Like this article if you wish Cancer didn’t exist.