“Cancer may have started the fight, but I will finish it.” – gotCancer.org.

Tambre Leighn, a certified life coach is experienced in cancer survivorship and wellness coaching. Tambre according to her LinkedIn profile has delivered cancer survivorship and wellness coaching, workshops, and leadership training to top organizations including: USC Phillip Norris Cancer Center, Emory University, Mattel Inc., Keep A Breast Foundation, Thrive/Survive Los Angeles, Pink Link, and more. Additionally, she’s currently designing pilot programs with several top cancer treatment centers which integrate coaching into survivorship care planning.

Her LinkedIn’s back ground summary also states that as a published author, Tambre’s articles on coaching for cancer survivors and caregivers have appeared in leading cancer magazines including Coping With Cancer and Breast Cancer Wellness; she also blogs regularly as an expert for the non-profit, “I Had Cancer.”

According to her liked in profile, her passion for transforming healthcare and providing programs that are prevention based comes from her personal experience of losing her husband to cancer when he was only 37 years old.

Tambre uses Twitter to help cancer survivors and caregivers to move from surviving to thriving! She encourages by posting positive and encouraging post.

Her mission on Facebook is to transform survivorship for cancer survivors, caregivers & healthcare professionals. Tambre provides ways to support cancer patients and survivors, resources than can be used for support and of course inspiration. She also provides informative information in post that are very beneficial to healthcare professionals.

Tambre Leighn is also on Google+ helping cancer survivors & caregivers move from surviving to thriving! She even gives tips to those who are seeking a life coach.

Tambre Leighn is an expert in cancer survivorship. She is always uplifting through social media and providing informative information.

The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Their LinkedIn profile states “Together with our millions of supporters, the American Cancer Society (ACS) saves lives and creates a world with less cancer and more birthdays by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back.”

The official American Cancer Society page on Google+ is used to help cancer patients and survivors get well and stay well  by finding cures and fighting back.

The American Cancer Society was founded in 1913 by 10 doctors and 5 laypeople in New York City. It was called the American Society for the Control of Cancer (ASCC). According to cancer.org, this was at time when cancer meant certain death. Patients weren’t always told when they had cancer back then. If they were told, they didn’t always tell their friends and family they had been diagnosed.

This organization has always and is currently expanding their research. “Thanks in part to the Society’s work, there are nearly 14.5 million people alive in the United States alone who have survived cancer. More than 500 lives are being saved each day that would have otherwise been lost to cancer.”

From The Author

You may have to learn new ways to cope when fighting cancer from within. That’s ok because trying is winning. Managing sadness and anxiety are important when overcoming cancer mentally. Yes, you may have to improve communication with your doctors or health care teams, talk to your friends and family about cancer, find reliable information or useful resources in your community while managing financial challenges too. It’s cool……. It’s called “Cancer Survivorship”

Always keep in mind….

“What Cancer Cannot Do”

Cancer is so limited…

It cannot cripple love

It cannot shatter hope

It cannot corrode faith

It cannot destroy peace

It cannot kill friendship

It cannot suppress memories

It cannot silence courage

It cannot invade the soul

It cannot steal eternal life

It cannot conquer the spirit”

– Author Unknown

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