Caregiving

Chris’ Tips For Caregivers

These caregiver tips were written by our co-founder, Chris McHugh, who was diagnosed with late-stage inflammatory breast cancer in 1997. At the young age of 34, she was given 18 months to live, but her journey lasted nearly 6 years. She made ... Read more

Celebrating My Mom With Small Blessings

I celebrate my mom, Fran Pizzillo, who died of cancer on July 24, 2017. She was a strong woman who inspired so many people and was beautiful inside and out. I am the youngest of her four children. She has ... Read more

How to Cope When Your Child Is Diagnosed with Cancer

No parent is ever prepared to hear these words, “Your child has cancer.” According to the American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO), almost 16,000 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with cancer every year. The diagnosis is overwhelming. Emotions ... Read more

What it Takes to Be a Great Cancer Caregiver

Unless you’re a trained healthcare professional, you probably never imagined that you’d wind up becoming a cancer caregiver. When someone you know and love finds out that they have cancer, you don’t have time to ... Read more

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