Finding Hope

Breast Cancer


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I am a ten year breast cancer survivor and first time author of a collection of survivor stories from across the country and internationally. A professional public relations and marketing professional executive and a native Washingtonian. A national award winner in print media, multimedia, and public relations. After co-chairing the Relay for Life Walk for Breast Cancer for several years in Bowie, Maryland, I decided to put together a compilation of real stories of survivors accompanied with photojournalism to help tell the story. But right now, I want you to join me, while i speak with survivors as we share our lives with you, weekly. And don't forget Coming Soon the collection of stories and photojournalism in late spring. After the urgency of getting a diagnosis and figuring out a treatment plan, there can still be many things to manage daily. Certain everyday realities may make themselves prevelant; staying organized, paying for treatment, maintainng a job, making a lifestyle change, managing symptoms, and side effects, family issues or grief. The Loving Life, I Live , stories of hope project is a collection of testamonies and photojournalism (portraits of survivors) that will motivate and inspire breast cancer survivors, patients, family, and friends through this difficult time, understanding that attitude is everything; and that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

On-Demand Episodes

Marcia Hodge a three year breast cancer survivor talks about life after breast cancer and how it must go on with host Debbie Banks

Host Debbie Banks will interview Jean Humphrey. Jean is not a breast cancer survivor, but Debbie wants to test her knowledge and understanding of breast cancer and all that it entails.