August 6, 2020

Welcome everyone to August! (Or is it still March?) We can all agree this year has been a tough one - and a long one -  and we're still in the thick of it. 

BUT thankfully, we have an amazing network here at Eye of the Survivor, where we can find support and h...

July 6, 2020

It's been said for centuries that knowledge is power. Well, while it's not said nearly as much, knowledge can also be scary. 

Jenny Marsh learned that in 2018 during a routine visit with her gynecologist. After counting up family members who had experienced cancer, almo...

June 7, 2020

While the country continues to grapple and cope with COVID-19, the murder of George Floyd, protests, riots, and looting, emotions and anxieties are running at an all-time high for pretty much everyone.

But it's during the toughest of times we look toward those who truly...

May 3, 2020

When she's not reading the latest Stephen King novel, Debbie Savage is busy personifying her last name. Only a savage could beat breast cancer, not once, but twice. There's a reason we named her our May Survivor. 

Debbie's journey began back in 2012 when she was diagnos...

April 2, 2020

Things have changed quite a bit since the last time we met. And while we are still in the thick of things, we're welcoming April with a hopeful spirit, and would love for you to join us. 

It's always inspiring to meet one of our Survivors, but in times like this, it's e...

March 1, 2020

At 39, while many might anticipate their 40th birthday, deciding how best to celebrate – maybe a party or a trip - our March Survivor had bigger decisions to make.

Diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer, Carolita Lewis had to choose between a single or double mastectomy.


February 5, 2020

With the passing of our pink torch (or sash) Rosemary Sideboard Hughes not only shares a last name and life with her husband Al, but they now both share the honor of being our February Survivor with Al representing last year and Rosemary holding the title for 2020. Two...

January 5, 2020

Ah, the start of a decade. Newness, excitement... fear.  But it's only 2020. Remember Y2K and all the catastrophic craze that came with that? So this is cake. Especially for our January Survivor who spent 2000 fighting for her life. And we are thrilled to report just a...

December 4, 2019

“You think that if you have cancer you would have other symptoms.”

While a fair thought, this is not always the case as our December Survivor learned.

See, “other symptoms” are not needed when you already have one (a lump!) and in many other cases, there are no symptoms...

November 4, 2019

It’s tough to think of gratitude when dealing with, or discussing, breast cancer.

And yet every time we meet a Survivor, we come across an abundance of appreciation.

Some are grateful for the journey, some for their families, and some for a higher power.

As we begin this...

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