Friday, July 29, 2011

A Curveball

As the country is in a stir over the abundant rising debt, and the debt ceiling and cutting government spending; One can't help but wonder what does all of this madness mean for the very relevant health issues
that won't go away. I worry that with these side tracks (though prevalent), more and more Americans will lose there fight in the war in cancer.

It's time for all Americans to take a stand and speak up for "All" cancers. We're losing too many lives,
and many of these lives are getting younger and younger.

The phrase of dying from natural causes and old age seems to be a thing of the past.
The curveballs in life never seem to cease.

Stay encouraged!

Friday, July 8, 2011

The Warriors of Lung Cancer

The Warrior of Lung Cancer

Yea, though I walk alone. I know that I'm not,
for a loved one far and near keeps a prayer
in my memory, they hold the very thing that is
needed and that is hope. The soldier of lung cancer
is not just the diseased cell ripping though my body,
but the determinance, strength, and perseverance
of a relentless warrior. May all the warriors know that they
not battle alone.

We are with you.

Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo