Cancer Warrior Gemma Wilkinson

In 2016, two days before my 40th birthday, no longer able to ignore my inner voice, sweating and scared, shaking so hard my teeth were chattering I went into my bosses office and resigned from my job. 

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Sara Krish
Cancer Warrior Nicole Schone

While my girlfriends were making resolutions in January 2018 for “new year, new body”, I was facing an abrupt removal of my female reproductive organs. I went in for a radical hysterectomy, pelvic lymph nodes removed, and ovaries transposed.

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Sara Krish
Cancer Warrior Kelsey Taveira

Life happens for you. In many circumstances it is extremely hard to understand this. The question of why is an easy one to ask but also one we may never find the answer to unless we answer it for ourselves.

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Cancer Warrior Michelle Zwirn

Throughout my experience with cancer, there have been countless ups and downs and times of fear and uncertainty, but there is one thing I can absolutely say for sure - I would never have come this far if it wasn’t for the human connections I have made along the way.

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Sara Krish
Cancer Warrior Calisa Hildebrand

I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma in September 2016. I had been planning to do my first Half Ironman that month, but had to cancel those plans because I hadn't been feeling well for months. A few scans, biopsies, and a collapsed lung later, I was diagnosed with cancer.

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Sara Krish
Cancer Warrior Amanda Niello

I was diagnosed on April 6th, 2015 with stage 2 breast cancer. At the time, I was 28 years old, living in New York City, had just gotten back together with the absolute love of my life, was part of a wonderful community with some of the coolest, smartest girlfriends; you could say I was living my best life. Then...cancer happened.

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Sara Krish