Have you recently been diagnosed with cervical cancer? Or are you a 3 year survivor, a 5 year survivor, a 20 year survivor?
Have you always wondered how to talk about your experience in a way that will help prevent others from having to go through what you went through?
Would you like to get more involved in educating your local community about prevention?
Whatever your story is, if you want to advocate to get rid of this disease once and for all...
CERVIVOR is for you!
Please help us to make cervical cancer a disease of the past by signing up to be part of our Cervivor revolution at www.cervivor.org.
In this video, you will meet two of our Cervivor couples: You’ve heard from Cervivors Patti & Michele before, but today you will hear from their husbands, Freddie and Nick. You’ll hear how each couple made it through adversity. And you will see just how their love radiates through (no pun intended!).
Ali and Merci are a beautiful example of how sisters – or another loving family member or close friend – can support each other through a cancer diagnosis. Watch their video to hear tips on how you can ask for support or give support during a difficult period in life.
Why is a breast cancer survivor on Cervivor TV??? Because this survivor has created something incredible that survivors of any type of cancer should know about. Mailet Lopez was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 at the age of 33. Although she had great support from family and friends, she still felt there weren’t resources that connected her to a person – someone who could answer all of her questions. Watch the video to learn more about Mailet and her support network, IHadCancer.com.
Instead of writing to you about why you should get the vaccine or why you should get your children vaccinated, you need to hear Sandy Fischer’s story and her reasoning. Sandy has a no-nonsense way of telling us why the HPV vaccine is important to her and why she has no hesitations about getting her children vaccinated.
In this episode, we speak with Emily Rubin, a.k.a. DJ Juice E. She has this amazing smile and such a positive attitude. But she wasn’t always this way. Hear how depression affected Emily and how she pulled through.
What an AMAZING weekend we had in D.C. at the National Race to End Women’s Cancer! The Foundation for Women’s Cancer organizes the only national race that talks about cancers below the belt – cancers of the cervix, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, vulva and vagina. And by talking about these cancers and these body parts, we can truly help reduce the stigma surrounding women’s cancers. Check out some of the amazing people we had the opportunity to talk to at the race – and see why you MUST join us next year in D.C.
Find out what Traci Braxton and Tamika are laughing about in this short bonus video from the National Walk to End Women’s Cancer!
So, what does a rock band have to do with cervical cancer? Well, what would you think of a rock band made up of gynecologic oncology surgeons who are working to bring awareness to cancers “below the belt,” including cervical cancer? That’s what N.E.D. (which stands for No Evidence of Disease – the words every cancer patient wants to hear) is all about. These 6 surgeons have turned their knowledge and music into a powerful awareness movement. This is a band with a mission! Pretty cool, isn’t it
Marci Bono is a 6-year cervical cancer survivor who emerged from cancer as a happier, more fulfilled person! She also has become involved with N.E.D the Band (N.E.D. stands for No Evidence of Disease) and helps promote them and their music around the country. Hear from Marci how she has found happiness after cancer!
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Thanks to Roche Diagnostics Corporation for support of Cervivor