For the last year, reporter Jessica Sanchez has been battling non-Hodgkins lymphoma. In a candid interview, she reveals just how challenging her fight has been and why sometimes she wondered: why can’t I bounce back like Wendy Chioji?
Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji is overcoming another major battle as she prepares for another major adventure. She looks back on last year’s new cancer diagnosis and treatment and her “epic” plans to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Award-winning filmmaker Peter Starr says his own experiences with prostate cancer prompted him to travel the world seeking answers and alternative treatments for the disease. Find out why he thinks surgery and drugs aren’t always the answer.
Health care. Two words that stir passions and causes discussions. Author Shannon Brownlee is one woman who believes health care in America needs fixing and she’s taking it upon herself to make the change.
Meg Gaffney surprised doctors and friends by rejecting chemotherapy, dropping out of radiation therapy after one treatment, and opting for a bilateral mastectomy. As a nurse and a patient, Meg is her own advocate, even moments before surgery.
Fit, feisty and full of life, Meg Gaffney is one more thing — the face of breast cancer. The path Meg has chosen for treatment is not for everyone; in fact, she’s doing something no one has done before. This is the first in a series of exclusive reports.