Chris’ Tips: Surviving the Cancer Diagnosis

These cancer diagnosis 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 ... Read more

What Cancer Cannot Do

What Cancer Cannot Do is an inspirational poem reminding patients that cancer will not rob us of our spiritual life, our values or our identity. While cancer may rob us of our hair, our energy and our body ... 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

Choose Hope Survivor Spotlight – Pam’s Story

June recognizes and celebrates all cancer survivors. If you are newly diagnosed, going through treatment, living with cancer or celebrating remission, then you are a survivor! At this time of year, we naturally reflect back on the many ... Read more

We choose to hope. Our weapons: a positive attitude, faith, hope, love, and healing.

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