Category Archives: patient advocacy

Having a Great Mindset to Deal with Cancer and Thrive

It’s been sometime since I last posted here … I promise to get better and write more often. I sincerely want us all to share how we are thriving….. even if we still have the disease. I want to focus … Continue reading

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Cancer 360° — A Full View of the Cancer Adventure

Wow … big expectations. How do we discuss the entire experience/ adventure someone with cancer goes through? Well, I suppose one step at a time. As a Thriver, I remember from the earliest moment — diagnosis, then surgery, then surgery … Continue reading

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Being an Ordinary Woman in a Celebrity World

Hi Everyone, It’s been quite some time since I last posted here. Sorry. However, I’ve been preparing and revving up to launch more of this philosophy to the world. I know I’m meant to speak, to be an advocate, to … Continue reading

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Why Do Doctors Need Patient Advocates?

I’ve been thinking a great deal about what doctors can learn from their patients. Of course, I only know that from my perspective as a patient and others that have shared their thoughts with me. Here are some initial thoughts … Continue reading

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