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MY LIFE Matters Magazine

MY LIFE Matters Magazine is a digital and print magazine collaboration with Tigerlily Foundation & Elephants and Tea.  Each magazine takes a heart centered look at important topics that impact the cancer community with the perspectives and highlights from individuals living with metastatic or stage IV cancer.  The magazine is educational, supportive, and intentional, articles are written by Survivors, Thrivers, medical experts, patient advocates and caregivers. sharables, tips, Infographics and educational tools are also provided in the magazine.   

MY LIFE Matters Magazine:

MY LIFE Matters Advocacy in Action 2023 Issue is here!

This is an Elephants and Tea & Tigerlily Foundation collaboration focusing on stories regarding health and wellness while navigating cancer.

This new issue of MY LIFE Matters highlights the importance advocacy has in the cancer community. Through advocacy, we can help to improve health outcomes, support early detection, eliminate disparities, improve treatment options, improve access to clinical trials, and provide peer support, all while also educating patients, caregivers, and the medical community.

In this issue, we highlight Advocacy in Action and the stories and experiences of incredible advocates in our community. As you read these stories, be inspired to become part of the advocacy community. Advocacy starts with one voice. As that one voice grows stronger, we will see it turn into a song that gets louder, stronger, and soon enough, we will see others joining in a chorus of hope and transformation. What once seemed impossible will not only be possible but will become a song everyone knows the words to, transforming into the “Power of Many.” Join us in advocacy. Together, let’s become Advocacy in Action.

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This campaign has been generously supported by: