After five hard weeks of nausea, fatigue, thinning hair and painful swallowing, the day GB’s Wendy Chioji has been eagerly anticipating has arrived: she’s finished with her chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Find out her special message for you.
Babette Hughes will change everything you think you know about aging. The 90-year-old author of four books explains why society has it all wrong when it comes to getting older and why this is without doubt, the most exciting time of her life.
As a young mother, Rebecca Green refused to let a cancer diagnosis slow her down. She had life to live, and it was one with no regrets!
Twelve years ago, Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji fought a very public battle against breast cancer. She’s just been diagnosed with a second, unrelated cancer. In an exclusive interview, Wendy candidly discusses the battle ahead of her.
She’s survived cancer (twice), a heart transplant and the early, tragic death of her husband. And she’s only 50. Yet through it all, Toni Wild has never lost one thing — her optimism about life. Find out why surviving was never a doubt.
Growing Bolder contributor Wendy Chioji waged a very public battle against her breast cancer. Now, 12 years after her diagnosis, she travels the world seeking adventures and living life boldly. We get her to slow down for an update on her latest news
Bra-ha-ha is an event that allows breast cancer survivors and supporters to express themselves and even find the humor in breast cancer. See how something so funny can do some serious good.
After discovering that her breast cancer had metastasized, Tami Boehmer turned to the Internet to discover people like her — the people who statistics are not kind to. What she found changed her life forever.
Sometimes looking back is the best way to help us look forward and to make us realize what we’re all capable of accomplishing in life.
We love to tell the stories of cancer survivors, people who stare death in the face, beat it, then go on to live rich, fulfilling lives. But it doesn’t always happen that way. Meet a woman who died trying to get access to a life-saving vaccine.