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- National Cervical Cancer Coalition 13
- East English 1010 3
- Army 2
- campbell hall 2
- Jackson George Regional Library System 2 65 more
continued talking about our mom being diagnosed with breast cancer
Two close friends, since childhood, catch up on Thanksgiving break and discuss the great memories they had with each other. A junior from Egg Harbor Township High School, Katrina Cabinian, interviews her close friend, Maxene Modesto. The interview was conducted...
Cervical cancer survivor Jane Fitch shares how important self-care and community support are for those going through cancer treatment. Tina White echoes Fitch's sentiments as she explains how she helped care for a friend's daughter with cervical cancer, and offers...
My grandpas outlook on life before and after being diagnosed with cancer
My interview was over FaceTime I asked my grandpa about his experience in the Vietnam war he talked about how it affected his life going into it and after it he said that it didn’t have much of a big...
Robert Head was born in rural Western Kentucky in 1958. He lived there for sixty years.
This was a brief interview with a friend battling metastatic breast cancer
For this interview i interviewed my dad. I asked my dad seven different questions, the first question was about his childhood and growing up he told me about how he grew up in Ohio and about how he was the...
I interviewed Mom after she decided to go into hospice care, ending her 2 1/2 year battle with pancreatic cancer.
This interview contains content on a personal family experience that has changed many outlooks on life
Interview with Becky Hearsey from Lebanon Valley College.
My grandpa says that family is one of the most important things in life.
Laura Sierra, a high school photography teacher and single mother of two, talks about her battle against cancer. She explains how the life threatening disease has made her realize what is important in life.
listen to my mom share her past memories and the ones she is making right now.
This interview details how racial justice advocate Rachel Willis became who she is today as well as the personal and professional battles she faces everyday to create a flourishing legacy for herself and her country.
When Tonyia Griggs was diagnosed with cervical cancer, she struggled with the lack of information. She was ushered through treatments and procedures without a good explanation of what was happening with her body. Through her own research and experience, she...
Dr. Bobbi Alba shares her new inspirational memoir about multiple sudden atypical losses. Topics include: cancer, loss of child, domestic violence, mental illness, homelessness, alcoholism, pet loss, transgender youth, and leaving a living legacy.
Jeff is a member of the Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission, an organization built upon recovering drug and alcohol addicts who serve food to the homeless as a part of their program. In this interview, Jeff spoke about his struggles with drug...
We talked about childhood memories and my mom and great grandparents. We also talked about cancer and what she’s grateful for.
This is an interview with my mom after she decided to stop chemo. She has been fighting stage IV pancreatic cancer for over 2 years and has just started in-Home hospice care.
Maria Moncada takes on an interview with her mother, Carmen Ramirez. In this interview they discuss her mother’s experiences and how she has came to be the strong woman that she is today.
My interview with my Papa(Grandpa) about his life. He has stage 4 pancreatic cancer and I wanted to share his story before he possibly dies.