Scott Hamilton and figure skating are synonymous. Between his gold medal performances and his ability as an announcer to make watching more exciting and understandable, the name and the sport are as linked as s... Read More
As a Big Ten graduate (Michigan State - Go Green!), team work for me has always meant a well executed pass for a touchdown, or a three point shot that leaves the crowd breathless. But team work around the Big 1... Read More
Annie Parker lost both her mother and sister to breast cancer. She went on to survive three different cancers herself and became one of a small group of North American women first tested for the BRCA1 and BRCA2... Read More
Emily Calvo is a freelance creative director/copywriter whose clients include design firms, advertising agencies, corporations, publishers and non-profit organizations. She has survived both breast and APL leuk... Read More
Mirchelle Louis is the CEO of Cancer Support Community North Texas. This piece, which appeared in The Dallas Morning News on March 9, 2015, is a fabulous perspective on why managing cancer survivorship also nee... Read More
Award-winning songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist, Mary Sue Englund has graced the stage of the Grand Ole Opry for more than a dozen years. A Minnesota native, this passionate tunesmith has penned four... Read More
Annie Parker Decoded is the personal memoir of a woman who, after losing both her mother and sister to breast cancer at an early age, went on to survive three different cancers herself. Annie and other family m... Read More
The human heart is an amazing machine.
It beats about 100,000 times per day, about 35 million times in a year, and hopefully, if one watches one’s Ps and Qs, more than two billion in a lifetime.
It’s forc... Read More
So often, we have the impression that those in the spotlight are exempt from the crises and frailties the rest of us must face. The fact of the matter is no matter who you are or what you are, cancer doesn't di... Read More
What’s new? The year is new, and so are we! We often say cancer draws a line in the sand of life. There’s the you before cancer and the NEW YOU after cancer. So we couldn’t think of a better name for our beauti... Read More