If you live in the Hampton Roads, VA vicinity, you may very well have seen pink ambulances on the road. What’s the deal? Why would someone paint ambulances pink? I bet you can guess. Uh huh, they painted them pink to help raise awareness for breast cancer. What a great idea! An employee of the…… Continue reading Pink Ambulances?
It’s so great to see cancer survivors following their dreams! Isn’t it? Fans of The Voice on NBC and regular readers of this blog will already know that a former leukemia patient, Andrew Marshall, did quite well this season. He survived all the initial rounds on the popular singing competition – battles, knockouts, etc. –…… Continue reading Cancer Survivor Heading To Space
Here we are in June already and National Cancer Survivor Month. It’s time to celebrate, folks!! According to the American Cancer Society, there are some 16.9 million people living with cancer in the U.S. That’s a LOT of celebrating! Whether you’ve just been diagnosed, are in the middle of chemo, receive doses of radiation daily,…… Continue reading National Cancer Survivor Month 2021
Leukemia survivor Andrew Marshall continues to move forward in The Voice competition. Last week, he left Blake Shelton’s team after a brief stay only to be snapped up again for the Nick Jonas roster. Singing Jason Mraz’s “I Won’t Give Up,” his rendition was meaningful and heartfelt, no doubt a reflection of the adversity this…… Continue reading Andrew Marshall Proves He’s a Survivor on The Voice
I know this is a cancer blog not an entertainment website! Don’t worry, I haven’t become confused. BUT, I was just streaming the latest episode of The Voice when I got a pleasant surprise. A contestant named Andrew Marshall was heading into the battle rounds. In advance of the performance, the show ran backstory snippets…… Continue reading Leukemia Survivor Competes on The Voice