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Two Mothers, One Family, Affected by Breast Cancer

Two Mothers, One Family, Affected by Breast Cancer

May 08, 2016

On this Mother’s Day we honor Megan Do Nascimento and her mother Mary Small Gershman, both young breast cancer survivors. Surprisingly with four women in her family having breast cancer, Megan's illness was not genetic. In her own words, Megan talks about their journeys and answers a few questions about what her experience was like and how her mother helped her through the disease she’d had herself nearly 35 years before her daughter.

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Breast Cancer, Take Two - Survivor Stories Guest Post

Breast Cancer, Take Two - Survivor Stories Guest Post

May 05, 2016

Whenever you hear, “You have breast cancer,” it’s a huge shock! The first time I heard those words, in 1995, I was 41 years old, married for eleven years and raising a young son. I saw my life pass before my eyes and thought I was going to die.

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My Measure of Success in Gratitude

My Measure of Success in Gratitude

April 13, 2016 1 Comment

Today, as I sit here, looking and reflecting back on the past year, I have the biggest, warmest heart anyone could ever ask for.

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My Bittersweet Goodbye

My Bittersweet Goodbye

February 03, 2016 1 Comment

You know that girl, that woman, the one who radiates love and joy, filling the room immediately as she enters it? She’s the one we all want to know and win over to be in her circle of friends, if just for a moment.

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Dana Donofree Talks Business at Women's Entrepreneurship Day

Dana Donofree Talks Business at Women's Entrepreneurship Day

January 14, 2016

AnaOno's founder and CEO Dana Donofree was selected to be a part of the 2015 Women's Entrepreneurship Day Panel at the United Nations this past November. You can watch her and other young female entrepreneurs talk about starting a new venture, building that business and finding solutions throughout the process and in the growth phase here.

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It's Because of You.

It's Because of You.

December 31, 2015

Because of you. 

As 2015 comes to a close, I wanted to thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart. What an amazing year it has been, not only for myself, personally, but for AnaOno and our entire community! 

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Style by Cancer - Survivor Stories Guest Post

Style by Cancer - Survivor Stories Guest Post

December 01, 2015

In September of 2014 (soon after my 40th birthday), I felt a small lump in my breast. I made the proper calls and arrangements for testing, but kept convincing myself it was “just a cyst.” 

 

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The Strength in Being Kind to Yourself - Survivor Stories Guest Post

The Strength in Being Kind to Yourself - Survivor Stories Guest Post

November 27, 2015 2 Comments

You could say I was predestined to be warrior. After all, my name, Marcy, means “war-like.”

However, my journey through breast cancer was not necessarily one of survival, but rather one of reconnecting with myself.

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The Day Cancer Gave Me Permission to Try, Try Again - Survivor Stories Guest Post

The Day Cancer Gave Me Permission to Try, Try Again - Survivor Stories Guest Post

November 17, 2015 1 Comment

As a single gal in a modern time, I often compare the experiences in my life to those of Carrie Bradshaw and her three fantastic friends on Sex and the City. While I am not drinking cosmos every night and buying Manolo Blahniks, there have been many times in my life that certainly play out like an SATC episode, with their uncanny parallels in dating, relationships and friendships.

 

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Live More, Love More, Dream More - Survivor Stories Guest Post

Live More, Love More, Dream More - Survivor Stories Guest Post

November 12, 2015 2 Comments

We see and hear platitudes daily. They are inescapable. They dominate Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook. We overhear them in coffee shops or song lyrics. We may even say a few ourselves.

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Surviving the Disease I Treat - Survivor Stories Guest Post

Surviving the Disease I Treat - Survivor Stories Guest Post

November 09, 2015 1 Comment

My story is one of those ironic situations where when you hear the whole story, you kind of scratch your head and go WOW.

 

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Learning To Love Myself From the Inside Out - Survivor Stories Guest Post

Learning To Love Myself From the Inside Out - Survivor Stories Guest Post

November 06, 2015 3 Comments

Jaime Trabbold was a young mom with an infant son when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is her story of losing confidence and finding it again in the most unlikely of places.

 

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