A Stage 4 Cancer diagnosis and my Husband’s Death prompted me to Run my first Marathon

Nancy Gifford fell into a depression. Here’s how running helped her cope with it. COURTESY OF NANCY GIFFORD In 2014,

How my Carcinoma was Treated – part 2

Towards the end of the article ‘How my Carcinoma was Treated‘ I quoted Dr. Brain Sher “the carcinoma is finally

Breast Cancer Myths and Facts

Can antiperspirants cause breast cancer? A: You may have heard that chemicals in these products can get into your body through

How my Carcinoma was Treated

Dr. Brian Sher looked at me and said: You have what is referred to as “Superficial Basal Cell Carcinoma”. I

Pictures of Skin Tags, Cysts, Lumps and Bumps And When To Call A Doctor

Skin lumps and bumps can pop up from time to time. Learn what’s normal and what to show a doctor.

Hugh Jackman has had Four Skin Cancers in 18 Months

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Living as a Basal or Squamous Cell Skin Cancer Survivor

Completing treatment is stressful and exciting. Though you may feel relieved, it’s hard not to worry about basal or squamous

Learning from Adversity: A Breast Cancer Survivor Story 

Norma shares her rollercoaster Cancer treatment journey that’s left her wiser and more disciplined than before. For Norma Moller, a

94-Year-Old Harriette Thompson Just Set a New Half Marathon Record

Harriette Thompson has added another world record to her collection. Originally reported by the San Diego Union Tribune, the 94-year-old