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Muriel Linetsky is a Woman of Action

Muriel Linetsky is a woman of action.  When she first was diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2021 and underwent a partial hysterectomy, she was surprised ...

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How Cancer Saved My Life by Willow Star

Content Warning: The following blog contains thoughts of suicide and depression, which some readers may find distressing. Please proceed with caution ...

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My Daughters Helped Save Me by Mia Purdy

My kids like to say they saved my life. And, honestly, they likely did.

I was lying in bed one morning in the Summer of 2020. Pandemic, lock downs, ...

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"I Am NOT My Diagnosis" by Lindsay Gullatte-Lee

How my story begins: In June, I started experiencing irregular bleeding, and I automatically became suspicious because my period had never been irregular. ...

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Treatment for Life by Tiffany Nardella

My name is Tiffany Nardella. I’m a wife, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a dog mom, and I am living with metastatic breast cancer, a terminal disease. ...

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D.I.V.A.S by Astrid Shover

We are Diverse. We are Inspiring. We are Victorious. We are Amazing. We are Survivors! We are D.I.V.A.S!  It was August 13, 2018, when I heard those ...

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My Journey with MBC by Cassie Romano

My name is Cassie and I’ve been living with metastatic breast cancer since November 2020.

In January 2020, I went in for a routine mammogram. I ...

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Celebrating Women Who Uplift Women!

 

Women's History Month highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. We can think of no better way ...

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Sharing Our Own Experience

“Being an advocate for yourself is the most important thing you can do for yourself in this lifetime, regardless of what your diagnosis is.”
This ...

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LatinaSHARE Conference: Voces Unidas Crean Cambio

SHARE is thrilled to introduce our first LatinaSHARE conference in Spanish with English translation: Voces Unidas Crean Cambio (United Voices Create ...

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From Advocate to Patient to Advocate by Donna McMillan

From a young age, I have always enjoyed helping others. You could find me volunteering for various charity organizations and taking a volunteer leadership ...

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My Breast Cancer Experience by Jessica Mills

"The beauty and tragedy of life can be found in the small moments. The big things, the huge challenges, they just colour the background. Don't let the ...

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Ovarian Cancer at 32 by Brittany Turner

On October 6th, 2022, I ended up in the emergency room for an issue unrelated to ovarian cancer. Since I started puberty at age eight, I've struggled ...

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2023: An Inspiring Year at SHARE

As the year draws to a close, it’s inspiring to look back on what we accomplished together at SHARE.

To support our breast cancer community, ...

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Finding Purpose in the Pain by Megan Sidote

Receiving a stage IV breast cancer diagnosis was one of the worst days in my life. Nothing prepares you. I never thought it would be me, but no one ever ...

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In My Previvorship Era by Vanessa Federico

­­­­­You know that scene in My Cousin Vinny when Miss Vito, played by Marisa Tomei, explains her expertise in automobiles? The one where she has ...

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Living with MBC by Katie Strobel

In November 2022, I was diagnosed with stage four inflammatory breast cancer at the age of 28. I was completely caught off guard by this news being a ...

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Did You Know SHARE Offers these Services?

Did You Know SHARE Offers These Services?

Many of the people we serve know about SHARE’s Helpline, Support Groups, live Educational Webinars, ...

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The Big C by Emily Chen

I knew it was bad news before I even answered the call. It was a Tuesday afternoon in June and BTS had just announced that they would be going on a “hiatus” ...

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