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Do you still have cleavage with just one breast?

By: Sue Lawrence, PhD Do you still have cleavage with just one breast? is one woman’s intimate story of her struggle to navigate a breast cancer diagnosis received while newly pregnant and recently married. Author Sue Lawrence chronicles her emotional experience in a series of journal entries. Sue’s story is shared with a frankness and […]

Still My Mommy is the story of a little girl whose brave mommy is fighting cancer.

Still My Mommy

By Megan Pomputius “Still My Mommy is the story of a little girl whose brave mommy is fighting cancer. Fighting cancer makes her mommy look a little different so she wonders if her mommy will still be the same.” In 2013, Megan Pomputius received an ovarian cancer diagnosis while raising her two year old daughter. […]

Stephanie Hosford, a member that came to us for help in 2008 and has been a valuable Hope for Two volunteer support woman, has penned a well-written story of her nine month roller coaster ride of being a mother of one, adopting a child from China, and then finds out that she is expecting another child just days after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

Bald, Fat & Crazy: HOW I BEAT CANCER WHILE PREGNANT WITH ONE DAUGHTER AND ADOPTING ANOTHER

By Stephanie Hosford Stephanie Hosford, a member that came to us for help in 2008 and has been a valuable Hope for Two volunteer support woman, has penned a well-written story of her nine month roller coaster ride of being a mother of one, adopting a child from China, and then finds out that she […]

Chemosabe: Cancer Warrior

By Alana Somerville Alana Somerville is a vibrant young woman and mother of two. When she was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2010 at the age of thirty-three, Alana decided that she had no other option but to fight for her life. Instead of wallowing in self-pity, she fought back and became her biggest advocate, […]

When Amy Burns was diagnosed with breast cancer at 35 years old, she was shocked and terrified.

Breast Cancer at 35: A Memoir

By Amy Burns When Amy Burns was diagnosed with breast cancer at 35 years old, she was shocked and terrified.   Her baby had just turned one, and she and her husband (a stay-at-home-dad) were entertaining the idea of a second child.  She was the career-woman in the family, and suddenly she was facing death. Her memoir, written […]

A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss

By Kristen Math Kristen Math had it all. She was married to her best friend, Thomas. They had four young children and a baby on the way. After struggling through a difficult childhood, she built her life around her family. When she was sixteen weeks pregnant, Kristen was diagnosed with cancer. The fight for her […]

She’s Alright depicts the experiences of author Robin Kimple Ellis and her family as she faces her breast cancer diagnosis and pregnancy.

“She’s Alright”: One Woman’s Journey Through Breast Cancer During Pregnancy

By Robin Kimple Ellis She’s Alright depicts the experiences of author Robin Kimple Ellis and her family as she faces her breast cancer diagnosis and pregnancy. The book discusses her fears, triumphs and ultimate faith in God through a series of vignettes and memories while sprinkling in moments of humor. Reviewers have called it a, […]

Heidi Floyd’s innovative book In a Word centers around the concept of meditation on faith.

In a Word

By Heidi Floyd Heidi Floyd’s innovative book In a Word centers around the concept of meditation on faith. The book contains devotions and Christian based contemplations written by Floyd as she reflects on the difficulties of her breast cancer diagnosis and the impending birth of her fourth child. One reviewer called In a Word a, […]

From Incurable to Incredible features 27 survivors who shocked the world by thriving years past their original terminal diagnoses.

From Incurable to Incredible

By Tami Boehmer From Incurable to Incredible features 27 survivors who shocked the world by thriving years past their original terminal diagnoses. Cathy Winebrenner Wolfe, one of our very own patients and volunteers, is one of the 27 survivors whose experience is featured in this book.

Author Patty Gelman’s portrayal of her experience with breast cancer in her book, Humor After the Tumor, is witty, interesting and thought-provoking.

Humor After the Tumor

By Patty Gelman Author Patty Gelman’s portrayal of her experience with breast cancer in her book, Humor After the Tumor, is witty, interesting and thought-provoking. She is the mother of MD Lisa Gelman-Koessler a Hope for Two….Pregnant with Cancer Network board member. Humor After the Tumor provides a humorous yet extremely positive perspective on cancer. […]