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Mel Majoros has been sharing her battle with breast cancer online for nearly 8 years now on her blog titled "The Cancer Warrior".  After being named one of the top cancer blogs in the country, Mel is taking her advocacy and inspiring outlook a step farther with her weekly show on Empower Radio.

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Loving Meditations: Bringing Calm to Cancer with David Dachinger and Tamara Green
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on August 12, 2016

Mel sits down with Cancer Survivor David Dachinger and his wife licensed psychotherapist Tamara Green, creators of Loving Meditations.  

Loving Meditations is an app that helps cancer survivors and caregivers use mindful based meditation to help in…

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Melanoma: It Started with a Freckle by David Stanley
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on August 5, 2016

Mel sits down with two time melanoma survivor David Stanley. David talks about his book Melanoma: It Started With A Freckle, which was just published this past April. He also talks about easily preventable melanoma is, (we should all put on that…

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Revisiting Remission Man Stephen Brown
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on July 29, 2016

Mel sits down with friend and endurance athlete Stephen Brown. Stephen was a prior guest on the show and contacted Mel about his Chronic Lymphocitic Leukemia. It had returned. Stephen talks about his warrior spirit and how his training for…

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One Lung Diary with Amanda Kouri
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on July 15, 2016

Mel sits down with lung cancer survivor Amanda Kouri. She had her right lung removed due to a carcinoid tumor at the young age of 24! Now cancer free, Amanda tirelessly advocates for lung cancer survivors and caregivers. She shares her story on her…

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BAG IT and Escape to Thrive 2016 with Sherri Romanoski
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on July 1, 2016

Mel sits down with cancer survivor Sherri Romanoski creator of BAG IT. BAG IT was designed to help survivors and caregivers keep the vital information they need as soon as they are diagnosed. The information is designed to help them cope with their…

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