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: http://kcancer.com/content/
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,