The Cost Of Premature Death From Cancer: 8.7 Million Years Of Life

From The American Cancer Society: Cancer kills many people before their time, costing more than 8.7 million years of life among people aged 16 to 84 in the United States in 2015. Researchers estimate cancer also leads to $94 billion in future lost earnings, not just in 2015. These numbers come from a new report … Read moreThe Cost Of Premature Death From Cancer: 8.7 Million Years Of Life

Lymphoma Survivor Pays It Forward By Becoming A Nurse To Help Cancer Patients

From The American Cancer Society: When Crystal Zunino was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in January 2015, she was just half-way through her first year as a new middle-school math teacher in Warner Robins, Georgia. Zunino was 23 years old and had recently graduated from college with an education degree. She first knew something was wrong … Read moreLymphoma Survivor Pays It Forward By Becoming A Nurse To Help Cancer Patients

Single Mother With Terminal Cancer Makes Bucket List With Sons

From Fox News: Sarah Carew, 38, was diagnosed with terminal cancer earlier this year and told she had less than a year left to live. The mother of two from Plymouth, Devon, now wants to make the most of her remaining time with her sons, Reece, 18, and Leon, 11. She wants to take the … Read moreSingle Mother With Terminal Cancer Makes Bucket List With Sons

Young Ovarian Cancer Patient Works To Inform Others Of Subtle Signs

From CBS Denver: A 22-year-old woman battling a rare form of stage 3 ovarian cancer wants everyone to know the subtle symptoms of the disease. Emily Pickthall just completed her sixth and final round chemotherapy. “It’s insane honestly when you get that cancer diagnosis… it’s a whole whirlwind,” said Emily. Emily had to put everything … Read moreYoung Ovarian Cancer Patient Works To Inform Others Of Subtle Signs