On “Feel and Look Fabulous” Holistic Health Talk Radio for Women: Cindy Papale, author and breast cancer survivor joined women radio show host Irina Wardas
Women’s Radio Show Topic for Discussion: My Journey Within The World of Breast Cancer
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Cindy Papale is the founder of the web presence The Empty Cup Runneth Over and author of the book The Empty Cup Runneth Over: Answers about Breast Cancer from the Experts . She joined Forces with Fight Pink, Inc Non-profit Breast cancer Organization, to facilitate awareness on a global level and represent the programs and point of view of the organizations to agencies, organizations, and the general public.
Currently, Cindy is Administrative Assistant for Dr. Roger Khouri at the Miami Breast Center. She has also worked at the University of Miami for 27 years, and 12 of those years she worked for a Professor at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Department of surgery where she helped edit and write several grants for breast cancer research, and has worked closely with breast cancer patients.
In July 2000, Cindy’s life changed drastically when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her story is a moving account of how one woman has taken a traumatic life experience and from it found new meaning in her life. She has touched the hearts of many and is even saving lives by sharing the important message that breast cancer is not just affecting younger women, but that it is survivable. Cindy is reaching high school, and college students with this message.
Suggested Women’s Radio Show and Podcast Interview Questions:
How did it feel to hear the words for the first time “your biopsy is positive for breast cancer?”
What inspired you to write your book The Empty Cup Runneth Over?
Did being diagnosed with breast cancer affect your marriage?
What would you tell other women just diagnosed with breast cancer?
What are some of the challenges you faced after diagnosis?
What kind of support to you find available for you after diagnosis?
Breathe, smile and be happy.
© Irina Wardas, HHC