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Lisa Quinn: Choosing to Enjoy Life Despite Metastatic Breast Cancer

American Association for Cancer Research Foundation: Cancer Progress Report

I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in July 2015. I was totally devastated. But eventually, I decided that I was going to make the most of the time that I have with my husband and kids.

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Springdale girl raises $1,000+ for cancer research

ABC World News

Many kids set up lemonade stands in the summer, but Karis Quinn is doing something a little different.

Instead of using the money she’s earned for a new bike or toy, she is donating all the money she makes to Metavivor, an organization that raises money and awareness of Stage IV breast cancer.

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4029 News

Many kids set up lemonade stands in the summer, but Karis Quinn is doing something a little different.

Instead of using the money she’s earned for a new bike or toy, she is donating all the money she makes to Metavivor, an organization that raises money and awareness of Stage IV breast cancer.

Read more…


Making a Difference for Stage IV

Breast Cancer Awareness Magazine

We live in a nation of procrastination. We’re so busy looking out for what’s next that we don’t take the time to enjoy the “now”. Tomorrow, we’ll fi nd the time to relax. Next year we’ll take that dream vacation. Eventually, we’ll retire and really enjoy life. We all do it- each one of us unaware of the beauty of today and the fragility of tomorrow and I’m no exception. Even after I had been treated for stage 1 breast cancer at the age of 26 and a stage 3C recurrence by 31, I’d still stepped over a thousand todays cocksure of a guaranteed tomorrow.

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Local METAvivor event benefits patients battling metastatic breast cancer

40/29

About 1 in 8 women in the US will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. The American Cancer Society estimates there will be more than a quarter million new cases of breast cancer diagnosed in 2016 alone.

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Having Hope

Peekaboo Magazine

by Lisa Quinn (pages 16 & 17)

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Terminal cancer patients build friendship, plan charity event for research

lisa and kelli

Beyond the Bank

Lisa Quinn is fighting for her life. That hasn’t stopped her from championing a cause for others.

Doctors diagnosed the Springdale, Ark., mother of two with Stage IV breast cancer last July. With a terminal diagnosis, Quinn united with another local Stage IV breast cancer patient, Kelli Parker, to try to make a difference.

Read more…

Springdale girl raises $1,000+ for cancer research

ABC World News

Many kids set up lemonade stands in the summer, but Karis Quinn is doing something a little different.

Instead of using the money she’s earned for a new bike or toy, she is donating all the money she makes to Metavivor, an organization that raises money and awareness of Stage IV breast cancer.

Read more…


4029 News

Many kids set up lemonade stands in the summer, but Karis Quinn is doing something a little different.

Instead of using the money she’s earned for a new bike or toy, she is donating all the money she makes to Metavivor, an organization that raises money and awareness of Stage IV breast cancer.

Read more…


Making a Difference for Stage IV

Breast Cancer Awareness Magazine

We live in a nation of procrastination. We’re so busy looking out for what’s next that we don’t take the time to enjoy the “now”. Tomorrow, we’ll fi nd the time to relax. Next year we’ll take that dream vacation. Eventually, we’ll retire and really enjoy life. We all do it- each one of us unaware of the beauty of today and the fragility of tomorrow and I’m no exception. Even after I had been treated for stage 1 breast cancer at the age of 26 and a stage 3C recurrence by 31, I’d still stepped over a thousand todays cocksure of a guaranteed tomorrow.

Read more…


Local METAvivor event benefits patients battling metastatic breast cancer

40/29

About 1 in 8 women in the US will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. The American Cancer Society estimates there will be more than a quarter million new cases of breast cancer diagnosed in 2016 alone.

Read more…


Having Hope

Peekaboo Magazine

by Lisa Quinn (pages 16 & 17)

Read more…


Terminal cancer patients build friendship, plan charity event for research

lisa and kelli

Beyond the Bank

Lisa Quinn is fighting for her life. That hasn’t stopped her from championing a cause for others.

Doctors diagnosed the Springdale, Ark., mother of two with Stage IV breast cancer last July. With a terminal diagnosis, Quinn united with another local Stage IV breast cancer patient, Kelli Parker, to try to make a difference.

Read more…


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