My name is Heidi Bright. I have fought two late-stage cancers, stage 3 Breast cancer since 2001 and stage 4 Head and Cancer since diagnosed in 2005 with two major recurrences in 2012 and 2013, requiring an 8-hour surgery, followed eight months later with a...

Thank you for reading my story. My website is: www.jodiesjourney.com I am a Mum with two beautiful special needs girls, who has fought blood cancer three times and in total have dealt with six medical traumas. Medical Negligence | Lymphoma 01 | Lymphoma 02 |...

It all began for me in the oncologist's office in 2009. I got the terrifying message ...

The past 2 years have been one of refinement, change, and emotional ups and downs. Taking my mother in to live with me after my father's death has been an adjustment, but one that I strive to express God’s love and servitude through. Then, I...

Being diagnosed January 10, 2012, with triple-negative invasive ductal carcinoma was the game-changer in my life’s journey. I have ridden the ebb and flows of that diagnosis and continue to do so. At the time of diagnosis, I was told that the cancer was aggressive and...

The day I decided upon double mastectomy and reconstruction for treating my breast cancer was the day my spouse, Brett, came out as a trans.  When you face your own mortality, it causes you to take stock of what's important in life. I cried when Brett...

I never ever thought I would be the one in eight, with no family history, How could this happen to me? On October 26th 2007 days before my 40th birthday I found a lump. I already had a mammogram booked since I was turning 40....

March 14, 2015 was the day I found a pea sized lump under my nipple and after having a mammogram and a biopsy, I got the call. I was alone when the Dr called, other than my little kids being home. I took the call...

I am 52 years old and was diagnosed with breast cancer in May of 2017 – one week after my birthday, and one week after leaving my job to pursue a new career in real estate.  During these early deepest and darkest moments of despair, it...

She noticed her stomach swelling to a point where she looked pregnant; it was tender but not painful enough to go to the hospital. She tolerated it for a while but it keep swelling up and her mom decided it needed to be looked at....