Surviving the Holidays With Cancer

Here are some great tips for surviving the holidays with cancer from Cure. The holidays are around the corner. While these occasions are meant to be filled with joy, sometimes they become stressful. Expectations and emotions are high. Pressure is placed on having the perfect holiday. For the person affected by cancer, feelings of being overwhelmed[…]

Cancer Pathways supports patients and families throughout the region (Samantha Pak/Redmond Reporter)

When a person is diagnosed with cancer, medical treatment is only one of the things they must face. And they are not the only ones who are facing the diagnosis. Their loved ones are also affected. Cancer Pathways works to support cancer patients and their families and Wednesday morning, the Seattle-based nonprofit organization held a[…]

Meet Our Dear Friend & Yoga Instructor, Cindy Jaffe

On September 23rd the lovely Cindy Jaffe will be leading the first session of an 8 Week Yoga Series aptly named: Building a Healthy and Sustainable Yoga Practice. If you would like to increase flexibility, peace of mind and emotional well-being you can Click here for registration information! Cindy was kind enough to indulge us in a little interview[…]

11th Annual Driving Out Golf Tournament

On June 24th, 288+ golfers came out to support the 11th Annual Driving Out Golf Tournament to benefit Cancer Pathways. This year’s tournament had a full double shotgun, food, fun, celebrities and of course golf! Special thank you to our hosts Bryce Fisher and Jordan Babineaux, Co-chairs Dr. Jim Bianco and Jeff Nielsen for helping[…]

Cycling for Joy

In March 2007, my mother, Joyce, was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer.  I had just geared up to begin cycling for exercise…I would have no idea how important that decision would become in my struggle to deal with the painful treatment protocol and eventual loss of my mother.  Cycling became my therapy…and eventually, led me to[…]