Laughter and positivity spilled into every aspect of this ovarian cancer survivor's journey.
After seven years advocating for children with cancer and seeing first-hand what they go through, Sherry received a cancer diagnosis herself at age 35.
When she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, she kept the news quiet. Now, she wants everybody to talk about it.
She opens up about surviving ovarian cancer and becoming a mother.
I was diagnosed with cancer in late January 2015. Three tiny vaginal blood droplets were the single symptom alerting me to this emerging health scare.
The experience of being diagnosed with endometrial cancer and undergoing cancer treatment will affect your life in many ways.
How many times does lightning strike? I asked myself as I heard the doctor say the last words I wanted to hear.
Cancer has always been a constant in my family. Even from an early age, I’ve always known I was at risk.
In late January 2015, I was diagnosed with uterine cancer – stage IIIC. My oncologist recommended a “sandwich” treatment plan.