Maya Angelou said, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” The healing power of sharing my cancer story compelled me to found WhereWeGoNow for survivors creating inspired healing, wellness and live out loud joy. I'm also a blogger at The Huffington Post, an inspirational speaker, a support volunteer with Cancer Hope Network, a member of the Carol G. Simon Cancer Center Oncology Community Advisory Board, a patient educator with Pathways Women’s Cancer Teaching Project, an interior decorator, a wife and mother, and a former very stressed out lawyer. Learn more about WWGN and me here.
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Most of us don't remember a time without breast cancer awareness, when October was just a month and the color pink was for baby girls. Back then, it took Betty Ford and other activist women to make it okay to talk about breasts in public, let alone breast cancer. It's time to talk frankly about cancer and another private part of the body. This is Be Loud Be Clear About Bowel Cancer Week.
I didn't know the symptoms of bowel cancer (also known as colon cancer or colorectal cancer), so I'm guessing a lot of you don't either.
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