Kim Whitehouse is a married mother of two who is a cancer survivor herself. Kim realizes that not all people going through cancer have the same support that she had. In Kim was diagnosed with breast cancer and is now a cancer survivor.
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PDF of Total Patient There are many ways to help a patient who is struggling through cancer. Of course, most of them are medically advanced; but some of them—well, not so much.
AN identical twin has been sending her sister birthday cards and letters from beyond the grave for the past three years - just like the film PS I Love You. Rachel Hoggins, 39, lost her twin sister, Christine, in after a two year battle with an aggressive form of breast cancer. Rachel, from Rugby, Warwickshire, said: "I used to love the film P.
By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. A designer and cancer survivor has created a line of unconventional sympathy cards for people battling serious illness, sharing the thoughtful, sometimes humorous, and wonderfully frank, messages she wished she had received when she was sick. Emily McDowell, from Los Angeles, was diagnosed with stage three Hodgkin's lymphoma when she was years-old.
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The card may be sent to others via email to help increase breast cancer awareness or serve as a reminder for women to perform monthly breast self- exams beginning at age 20 and receive annual screening mammograms once they reach 40 years of age. We hope this email card will increase both public awareness and additional stamp sales. The Breast Cancer Research stamp electronic greeting card can be sent by visiting the BlueMountain Arts website at www.
This is one of the many mottos breast cancer survivor Joyce Leaman of Waynesboro lives by. She decided a year ago to take a step back from her hectic schedule and focus on touching the lives of the people around her by pouring her talent and love into original, creative greeting cards. Joyce's Joyous Cards feature her original photography and are "tailored personally to people's needs," said her husband, local psychiatrist Dr.
By Nevo Burrell. Interview by Victoria Lambert. Nevo Burrell, 48, an image consultant, lives in east London with her husband, Alvin.
McDowell, a Los Angeles-based illustrator and writer, quit her full-time advertising job in to freelance, and in she started her greeting card business. She originally printed cards, but within a week, she had orders for about 1, Her sales have climbed since then, and in Mayshe launched a line of empathy cards for people with serious illnesses, including cancer.