Posts Tagged ‘aosw’

Planet Cancer Roundup (Or "Why I Suck at Blogging")

Hi, guys–So I am well aware that blogs should be focused on one topic and that they should be updated regularly–weekly or even several times a week. I have EVERY INTENTION of making that happen. But here’s the problem: I can’t just cram in “write a blog” in the middle...
September 20th, 2011 | Heidi Adams | Read More

My Cancer Superheroes

Last night we held an Austin event in partnership with the Lance Armstrong Foundation to kick off National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week. We were hosted by Mellow Johnny’s, Lance’s bike shop, which is a very cool and hip downtown venue. We had good food, drinks and music, and an awesome...
April 7th, 2009 | Heidi Adams | Read More

Send Your Stories to Capitol Hill with Kairol! PLEASE RESPOND!

Below is a request from the amazing Kairol Rosenthal–young adult cancer advocate extraordinaire and author of the fantastic new book, “Everything Changes.” She is taking our cause to Capital Hill and we need to–virtually–go with her. If you do NOTHING ELSE for National Young...
April 2nd, 2009 | Heidi Adams | Read More

Say It With Me, People: CON-STI-PA-TION [Guest blog by JT]

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I had to post this, because we’ve all been there. In fact, my ass was having hemorrhoidal flashbacks while I was reading this. (Makes you want to keep reading, doesn’t it?!) Seriously, this is sheer genius. We heart JT on Planet Cancer! — Heidi Today we’re going to talk about...
March 18th, 2009 | Heidi Adams | Read More