Day 1: Monday | 5th August
Finding Myself, Single After Cancer
Discussion With Her Husband about Caretaking
Founder of Heal in Heels
Discusses How Fashion can help us heal
Discussion On Moving Through Fear
Day 2: Tuesday | 6th August
Reverend Pat Bodenhamer
Discusses How To Share Your Cancer Diagnosis With A Congregation; How to Celebrate the Milestones Using Humor
Living with Stage 4 Cancer and Retaining Your Sense of Self -
Discusses Being yourself through stage 4 cancer, Explains what Gamma Knife Treatment and T-Cell Therapy is, What to say to someone with Stage 4 cancer
Sisters Ardith & Cheri
Medicine Men, and the Cultural Barriers to Good Care
Growing Beyond the Trauma of Cancer
Day 3: Wednesday | 7th August
Latina Veteran Speaks About Writing As Therapy And What To Say To Young Kids When You Have Cancer
Fighting For Two
How We Talk About Cancer Matters
Thyroid Cancer Survivor and Advocate Founder, Living in Steil
Day 4: Thursday | 8th August
"Why Am I Always Anxious?"
We discuss issues surrounding stress and anxiety. Including what we eat and why.
Dating After Cancer and Her Lip Sync Project The Unsinkable Molly Grace
Building Community, Changing Lives
2x Breast Cancer Survivor & Founder Of Porcupine Hugs
Discusses Recurrence + Taking Time For Yourself
Day 5: Friday | 9th August
Francesca "Chip" Dials
Two Diagnosis, One Proposal
2x Survivor discusses feelings when we have recurrence, finding love during treatment, and family planning after cancer.
The Originator of Hip Hop Chemo
Discusses How Survivorship Can Be A Dirty Word
Creating 'Humanly': a Digital Community Engagement Platform For People Impacted By Cancer
Stage 4 Lung Cancer thriver and mom to a 3-year-old was told she has only a few months to live. Australian medical system says 'they have nothing for her' so she takes matters into her own hands to seek holistic methods.
Day 6: Saturday | 10th August
Patti Iliev & Marquina Iliev-Piselli
Mother & Daughter Duo
Discuss Glam Chemo.
13-year metastatic thriver and Co-Founder of The Tutu Project
Discusses vulnerability, isolation, & humor in her work.
I Had A Baby, Then I Got Breast Cancer.
Video Blogger from Rethink Breast Cancer Discusses Surrogacy
Two Time Survivor (Ovarian & Breast Cancer) and 24 year old singer-songwriter discusses how she continued to tour during treatment + handling unsupportive relationships
Day 7: Sunday | 11th August
Rebecca Milman Marsh
Discusses conversing with your child about cancer.
Jump Start Your Creativity - The 8 Tools of Improv Comedy and How You Can Apply Them To Everyday Life
Discusses the power of writing your own story.
Care+Wear is redefining the patient experience. While a lot of apparel patients are provided has focused on function, Care+Wear also focuses on fashion and the impact of how the clothes you’re wearing make you feel.
Day 8: Monday | 12th August
Perspective as a Daughter of a Survivor
Founder of Lumpy Cards
Founder of Lumpy Cards
Author and Therapist
Discusses Anxiety Management and Cognitive Behavior Therapies
Stop Apologizing It Was Difficult For You Too
Finding Your Inner Strength, Choosing Your Team, Quieting Your Lizard Brain --
Good for those who are newly diagnosed, but also survivors/metavivors who are struggling with what's next.
Day 9: Tuesday | 13th August
Breast cancer took her mother and sister, then it came looking for her.
Host of the podcast The Breast Talk Ever
Discusses How Writing Saved Her Life, Dealing with Recurrance, and Experiencing the Fullness of Life, Living instead of Surviving.
Feeling beautiful in your own skin after surgery.
Dr. Minas Chrysopoulo, Board Certified Surgeon Plastics and Breast Reconstruction
A lively conversation around your choices for Breast Reconstruction & Shared Decision-Making
Dr. Rache M. Simmons, Breast Surgeon at Weill Cornell Medicine
Surgical advances and options for newly diagnosed women.
Day 10: Wednesday | 13th August
Dr. Onyinye D. Balogun, Radiation Oncology,
Weill Cornell Medicine Global Perspectives And Advancements
Radiation Oncology and Global Health Initiatives, Disparities Globally and Locally
You don't need to start your own nonprofit to have an impact
Beth "VI" Peck
Project Koru harnesses the healing power of the elements with the determination of the human spirit to benefit lives affected by cancer.
Dr. Lisa Roth,
Director Of The Adolescent And Young Adult Lymphoma Program, New York-Presbyterian & Weill Cornell Hospital
Discussion On How Perspectives Change When A Doctor Becomes A Patient
Dr. Aime Franco
Wearing Both Hats: Thyroid Cancer Survivor Discusses Her Research And Finding Her Voice Through Advocacy
Day 11: Friday | 15th August
Follicular Lymphoma Patient Speaks About Language & Trigger Words
Ellen Friebert Schupper & Betsey Bryant
The Importance Of Emotional Support In Addition To Medical Treatment
Shala Nicely, LPC & Kimberley Quinlan, LMFT
How To Manage The Rise And Fall Of Anxiety
Broadway Actress And Star of HAMILTON
Discusses What It Means To Be Fearless And Her International