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Breast Cancer Patient Seeks Help with Funding for Proven Alternative Cancer Therapy

OREGON CITY, Ore. -- When Dee Lake found out she had an aggressive form of breast cancer this past September, she decided to take matters into her own hands. Not typically the type of person to ask for help, she put her qualms aside and launched a GoFundMe campaign where she's asking for $45,500 - the amount needed to start treatments at CMN Hospital for Alternative Cancer Treatment. She's already been accepted as a patient, but her insurance doesn't cover this type of care. A bed is waiting for her 28-day treatment, but she needs financial help to begin.

Dee's breast cancer is invasive and fast-growing and has spread to her lymph; she has to act quickly.

"CMN's extraordinary treatment program could potentially save my life," she says. "I'm calling on everyone I know - and don't know - for their help and to be my angels. The hospital has a five-star rating on the world's largest cancer resource and I am hoping I will be able to get there quickly."

While $45,500 will pay for the initial 28-day treatment, any money raised above and beyond that amount will go towards add-on treatments and aftercare.

To date, Dee has met about 20 percent of her goal. While she's waiting to begin treatment, she's been working on writing a series of romantic short reads that are all about true love and have happy endings. As a small incentive, she's offering a free copy of one of these reads to anyone who donates on her GoFundMe page and leaves their email here: https://gofund.me/59a54c3e.

"Prior to writing these short reads, I was a health and wellness professional who had to quickly pivot when COVID hit," she says. "I'm a survivor. I'm calling on anyone and everyone to be an 'angel for Dee,'" she says. "I need my own happy ending."

Learn more about who Dee Lake is here: https://youtu.be/2y45-wzUwNw.

About CMN Alternative Cancer Treatment​

Founded in 1986 by Dr. Payan Garcia, CMN Hospital is located in San Luis, Mexico. This full-service health facility includes a state-of-the-art, alternative cancer treatment (ACT) program - the first of its kind. CMN Hospital's ACT program was launched 13 years ago and is very comprehensive and formulated to simultaneously boost the immune system, destroy harmful pathogens and gently detoxify the body. People diagnosed with cancer of various stages travel worldwide to receive CMN's advanced ACT program.

Learn more about CMN Hospital's ACT program: https://www.cmnalternativecancertreatment.com/.

Related link: https://gofund.me/59a54c3e

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Cancer survivor and preemie mom release new book ‘Living The Mango-licious Life: Sips & Tips On Surviving & Thriving Beyond Seasons Of Adversity’

MIAMI, Fla. -- According to the American Cancer Society, about 281,550 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women. Of that number of new cases, it is estimated that about 43,600 women will die. It is said that 1 in 10 babies are born before being considered full-term. Amidst those grim statistics, get ready for a powerful story about one woman, author Tanya Wilson, who beat the odds. Not only a cancer survivor, but also a preemie mother. Hear the story of how to take life's sour and bitter moments and turn them into an experience of sweetness, joy and succulence.

"The mango-licious mindset is to set clear goals that are not abandoned or abolished despite our seasons of adversity. We relish the sweetness in life and plan for a future that is bright, fulfilling, and prosperous," said Tanya Wilson. No matter what adversity you have faced or are currently facing, in each chapter of this book you will discover how God equips us with indescribable peace, strength and hope that propels us from desperate disappointment to daring determination.

The title, "The Mango-licious Life," pays homage to Tanya's favorite fruit, the mango, which serves as a metaphor of life's unpredictable and oftentimes bitter-sweet encounters. This metaphor serves as a foundation for her blog "Tanya The Mango Lady Blog" where for years she has shared faith and inspiration around resilience and adversity, for over 4000 readers. This book is an extension of her platform to encourage those currently experiencing a difficult life season.

Join Author Tanya Wilson for a Meet & Greet Book Signing at North Miami Public Library, Wednesday August 4, 2021 at 6 p.m. This is your chance to enjoy a serving of inspiration during these difficult times.

"The Mango-licous Life: Sips & Tips On Surviving & Thriving Beyond Seasons of Adversity" by Tanya Wilson | Kingdomboss Publishing | Paperback | $16 | ISBN:978-1-7357616-2-6

Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1735761621

Learn more at: https://tanyathemangolady.com/

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The Pink Fund and Denver Area Fred Astaire Dance Studios Seek Breast Cancer Survivors for National Fundraising Event

DENVER, Colo. -- Are you a breast cancer survivor? Do you know a survivor? Has breast cancer affected your life in any way? If so, Dancing With The Survivors(R) presented by The Pink Fund, which returns to Denver on October 8, 2016 at The Galleria of Stone, is the event for you.

Dancing With The Survivors(R) pairs breast cancer survivors with professionally trained dancers from Fred Astaire Dance Studios across the country. For three months, they meet weekly to learn and perfect a ballroom style dance to be performed in front of an audience at their venue. Now in its fourth year, this annual, nationwide fundraising event to benefit The Pink Fund is an evening of dancing, music, cocktails, and delicious food to celebrate a nationwide community of breast cancer survivors who thrive in their recovery, and make a difference in the lives of other cancer patients. The money raised goes to local breast cancer patients experiencing the devastating financial losses that may occur during treatment.

In order to make this night possible, The Pink Fund and the Fred Astaire Dance Studios in Parker and Westminster are seeking breast cancer survivors in the Denver area to dance in this event. The call is open to women and men. Because this event is a showcase and not a competition, dance experience is not required. Those who wish to dance in honor of a survivor struggling with the disease, or to honor the memory of a loved one taken by the disease, are also welcome. Those interested are required to submit a "Request to Dance" form online. Selections will be made by July 1 to allow participating dancers three months of training with their assigned Fred Astaire professional.

Dancing With The Survivors(R) 2016 events will also be held in Detroit, Houston, Miami and New Jersey.

ABOUT DANCING WITH THE SURVIVORS(R):
Dancing With The Survivors is a signature fundraising event to benefit The Pink Fund. The evening celebrates breast cancer survivors who thrive in their recovery and make a difference in the lives of other cancer patients. Breast cancer survivors across the country are paired with ballroom dance professionals, and participate in a dance showcase featuring various ballroom dances to raise funds to support The Pink Fund's mission: 90 days of non-medical financial assistance to breast cancer patients in active treatment. To learn more about The Pink Fund, visit www.thepinkfund.org.

ABOUT THE PINK FUND(R):
The Pink Fund, founded in 2005 by breast cancer survivor, Molly MacDonald, is a 501(c)(3) public charity that provides financial support, which helps meet basic needs, decreases stress levels and allows breast cancer patients to focus on healing while improving survivorship outcomes. The 90-day grant program covers non-medical cost-of-living expenses, such as health insurance premiums, housing, transportation and utilities. Payments are made to their creditors. For more information, visit http://www.thepinkfund.org/.

* VIDEO (YouTube): https://youtu.be/ogVtEypnElE

MEDIA CONTACTS:
Lynn Munroe
Maracaibo Media Group
lynn@maracaibomedia.com
845-548-1211

Jeanine Wilson
W Media Group
jwilson@wmediagroup.com
917-841-8565

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Free News Articles, NonProfit and Charities, Regional Events

The Pink Fund and Houston Area Fred Astaire Dance Studios Seek Breast Cancer Survivors for Nationwide Fundraising Event

HOUSTON, Texas -- Are you a survivor? Do you know a survivor? Has breast cancer affected your life in any way? If so, Dancing With The Survivors(R) presented by The Pink Fund, which makes its way to Houston on October 9, 2016 at the Crystal Ballroom Houston, is the event for you.

Dancing With The Survivors(R) pairs breast cancer survivors with professionally trained dancers from Fred Astaire Dance Studios across the country. For three months, they meet weekly to learn and perfect a ballroom style dance to be performed in front of an audience at their venue. Now in its fourth year, this annual, nationwide fundraising event to benefit The Pink Fund is an evening of dancing, music, cocktails, and delicious food to celebrate a nationwide community of breast cancer survivors who thrive in their recovery, and make a difference in the lives of other cancer patients. The money raised goes to local breast cancer patients experiencing the devastating financial losses that may occur during treatment.

In order to make this night possible, The Pink Fund and Houston area Fred Astaire Dance Studios are seeking breast cancer survivors in the Houston area to dance in this event. The call is open to women and men. Because this event is a showcase and not a competition, dance experience is not required. Those who wish to dance in honor of a survivor struggling with the disease, or to honor the memory of a loved one taken by the disease, are also welcome. Those interested are required to submit a "Request to Dance" form online. Selections will be made by July 1 to allow participating dancers three months of training with their assigned Fred Astaire professional.

Dancing With The Survivors(R) 2016 events will also be held in Denver, Detroit, Miami and New Jersey.

ABOUT DANCING WITH THE SURVIVORS:
Dancing With The Survivors(R) is a signature fundraising event to benefit The Pink Fund. The evening celebrates breast cancer survivors who thrive in their recovery and make a difference in the lives of other cancer patients. Breast cancer survivors across the country are paired with ballroom dance professionals, and participate in a dance showcase featuring various ballroom dances to raise funds to support The Pink Fund's mission: 90 days of non-medical financial assistance to breast cancer patients in active treatment. To learn more about The Pink Fund, visit www.thepinkfund.org.

ABOUT THE PINK FUND:
The Pink Fund(R), founded in 2005 by breast cancer survivor, Molly MacDonald, is a 501(c)(3) public charity that provides financial support, which helps meet basic needs, decreases stress levels and allows breast cancer patients to focus on healing while improving survivorship outcomes. The 90-day grant program covers non-medical cost-of-living expenses, such as health insurance premiums, housing, transportation and utilities. Payments are made to their creditors. For more information, visit http://www.thepinkfund.org/.

MEDIA CONTACTS:
Lynn Munroe
Maracaibo Media Group
lynn@maracaibomedia.com
845-548-1211

Jeanine Wilson
W Media Group
jwilson@wmediagroup.com
917-841-8565

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