Fertility & Chemo

This is a tough topic for so many young patients.  It seems like if you dodge the bullet in terms of the location of your cancer, you can be broadsided by the realization that chemotherapy might render you infertile.  What’s … Continue reading

Real Men Wear Pink

Care Packages for Breast Cancer Patients  For the month of October Duck Dynasty members are putting down their camouflage and exchanging it for pink. The Robertson men are showing their support for breast cancer by reinforcing the saying, “Real Men … Continue reading

American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life

May 3rd…6:00 AM. It has been a long night. It has been a long 9 months: Committee meetings, planning, team formations, corporate sponsor meetings, more meetings…Our local American Cancer Society Relay for Life committee has been working long and hard … Continue reading

100 Perks of Cancer

As preparation for our upcoming podcast interview with the authors of “100 Perks of Having Cancer Plus 100 Health Tips for Surviving It” progressed, I began to think back over my cancer story.  How did perks play a role in … Continue reading

Randon Acts of Kindness

Recently a friend of mine showed up at my (Lucy’s) office with a bag of homemade, crocheted caps.  She said, “Here…these are from a friend of mine for anyone you know that many need them.”  My friend was referring to … Continue reading

And so it began….

My name is Sharon Crews. I am a wife, stay-at-home mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, Speech Language Pathologist, etc. and a breast cancer survivor who lives in the swampland of southeast Georgia. My cancer treatment included surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation and … Continue reading

Row, Row, Row Your Boat…

What does 18-22 paddlers, 1 who steers, and a drummer – all dressed in pink -  rowing in harmony in an elongated canoe adorned with a dragon head & tail all have in common? A Dragon Boat Race, of course! … Continue reading