My Uterine Cancer Story by Kim Farnham

My name is Kim Farnham and I'm 54 years old. I bled heavily for years, and I was continually told it was normal; I was perimenopausal even though my bloodwork showed I wasn't. I was too young to have cancer and it couldn't be cancer because I wasn't in menopause.

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by Lucy Chan

Today is the start of the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, celebrating the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the United States.

“Time there seemed to pass differently when you are shut off from the world, every day is exactly the same as the one before.

Linda Wong’s Cancer Journey

My name is Linda Wong. I was diagnosed with breast cancer for more than 20 years. When my doctor first told me, I was very surprised, sad, and scared. I also felt there was no one I could talk to. My doctor referred me to join a cancer patient support group and I found out there were many patients who had the same disease and some of them were even more serious than me.

SHARE Profile: Nancy Touhill, Peer Facilitator

This month, we are pleased to introduce you to one of SHARE’s amazing volunteers: Nancy Touhill, the peer facilitator of the breast cancer series “Let’s Talk About It” (LTAI). This popular series brings patients and experts together for educational presentations, sharing and discussion.

New Breast Cancer Brain Mets Support Group – Facilitator: Lianne Kraemer

In 2016, I discovered that my early-stage breast cancer had not only metastasized but had left 12 tumors scattered across my brain. The image of my brain MRI, with small white circular spots dispersed amongst the tissue took my breath away. While two years prior, news of my early-stage diagnosis had reduced me to a puddle of tears, the revelation that my brain was now invaded by cancerous tumors left me speechless.

My Story by Madaline McKay

A few words from the heart: In honor of this video as inspiration to embrace possibilities, self-care and faith to support the process as well as your journey.

On my journey with breast cancer I both embraced and fought at the same time.

Too Young For This by Andrea Hans

“You’re too young for this” is what the doctor said to me when I asked for a mammogram after finding a lump in my left breast around Thanksgiving of 2020. I agree. I was too young to lose my breasts. But it happened, and unfortunately my story isn’t unique.

New AYA Breast Cancer Support Group

Cancer has taught me a lot. A lot about myself. A lot about subtypes. A lot about treatments and all the options. But most importantly, a lot about the importance of relationships, specifically with others like us who are going through the same things.

Celebrating the Launch of ChineseSHARE

Community leaders, supporters, and the SHARE team gathered last month at the Golden Unicorn in Manhattan’s Chinatown to celebrate the launch of ChineseSHARE! This festive event marked the official inauguration of SHARE’s newest language-based initiative that will support New York City’s large Chinese population, as well as Chinese-speaking women and families nationwide.

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