Today, during this time of COVID-19, I find InspireHealth’s online classes help me stay in shape, work on my physical problems and limitations and, very importantly, to reconnect with others
Athena Chu, cancer survivor and team captain of Team L.T.K. Live to be Kind, is taking part in her fourth Rain Walk this year. She and her fellow cancer survivors
Being newly diagnosed with cancer turned my world upside down. What was up is now down, what was left is now right. I live in North Vancouver with my wife,
I am a medical conundrum. I have had three cancer diagnoses and two liver transplants over the last 22 years. My situation over the years has been so complex that
As an occupational therapist, Wendy was a fit and healthy person living in Courtenay BC, and not at all prone to illness. But on a sunny August day, while out boating with her husband Rick, she started feeling an unusual pain in her abdomen…..
Meet Della Burford, a survivor of two cancer diagnoses 25 years apart who first came to InspireHealth in 2000 with uterine cancer. She has now been cancer free since 2006 and has approached us to shar
In our January 27th weekly newsletter, we issued an important invitation: for you -InspireHealth patients, support people, partners, medical practitioners, volunteers and friends- to share your story
Just over two years ago, I was diagnosed with bladder cancer. As a fifty-year old woman, my first reaction was “Isn’t that an old person thing?” I had never heard of it.
Bladder cancer is not a high-
In 2007, I found a lump and was pretty sure that the diagnosis would be breast cancer. The shock was in how advanced (stage 3) the cancer already was in spite of my annual mammograms, self checking, a
My name is Nancy Hall. I am a mother of two wonderful children and a stage 4 breast cancer survivor. In my work life, I was, among other things, BC’s first Mental Health Advocate. Prior to my illness,