Thursday, January 30, 2014

The Day That Changed My Life - Karen's Journey (Colon Cancer)

Karen Charlesworth just wasn't feeling up to par and after being misdiagnosed, even trying to exercise to combat her fatigue, she finally heard the truth of her condition. Karen was diagnosed with colon cancer at the age of 37.

While each journey is unique, we all share a common theme - cancer changes our lives forever.

Thursday, January 23, 2014

The Day That Changed My Life - A Feel Good Moment

Don't you just love the shows where someone is receiving a gift/prize that brings great joy? Every now and then, we need to join in on a feel good moment. Here's a clip of a breast cancer survivor on Ellen.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

The Day That Changed My Life - Cancer An Uncertain Journey

The Day That Changed My Life Cancer an uncertain journey is an exploration of the lives of those who have been touched by cancer.
As we have seen, cancer has touched the young, the old, the rich and the poor. No one is completely exempt, even those without a family history - cancer has invaded many lives. The moment of diagnosis begins with mixed emotions, confusion and a touch of denial. The next step is to create an action plan. How will the cancer be treated? What should be expected? How effective is the treatment? What are the newest or most advance procedures? Will I be considered for a clinical trial? and more.......

The audio books for the newly diagnosed cancer patient and the Parents Edition are available at various audio book stores online. Hear from survivors, care givers and others who were affected by cancer.
Newly Diagnosed

Parents Edition

Our plans for 2014 - our team is excited to participate in the Revlon Run Walk for Women's Cancers NYC. The documentary will be seen in the Fall and the newest book will be available by the Fall of 2014. Be sure to stay tuned - more to come from The Day That Changed My Life.