May my family’s cancer journey have a positive impact on yours

My sister’s breast cancer diagnosis came when she was only 23 and shook my entire family to its core. I’m endlessly grateful that my sister was able to conquer her disease, but I think a lot about how lucky she was. Not everyone is as fortunate, and many don’t realize how real the risk of cancer is. This has been something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately, since our family’s annual summer vacation is on the horizon.

In her honor, I wanted to pass along some really important cancer and terminal illness resources that would fit great here: I hope they’ll ease the minds of anyone going through a difficult time due to a cancer diagnosis.

9 Proven Ways to Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Asbestos: What You Need to Know When Buying, Selling or Remodeling

Creative play: Helping children cope with cancer

A Sobering Diagnosis: Coping With a Terminal Illness Diagnosis as a Recovering Addict

17 Simple Ways to Prevent Air Pollution in Your Home

Asbestos, Mold and Other Toxins

The health hazards of sitting

I appreciate your time and all you do to promote awareness and offer support.

Thanks in advance,


Katybeth Dee

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