The Bandwagon Blog

Atlanta mom and attorney Kathie McClure is the founder of VoteHealthcare.org. Kathie is driving the Bandwagon across America to educate citizens about our healthcare crisis so they can be informed participants in the national debate. Turns out she started this campaign because she has two kids, one with epilepsy and one with type 1 diabetes.  Can’t get good insurance with those without paying an arm and a leg and having the primary healthcare need excluded.

http://blog.votehealthcare.org/

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2 Responses

  1. Hello!

    I found your blog while looking up resources for breast cancer patients, and thought you might be interested in a woman who’s taken a pretty unique path in her own cancer battle. Meg Gaffney is a nurse, and when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she decided to skip chemotherapy and radiation, and go right to a bilateral mastectomy. But when her plastic surgeon recommended a skin graft surgery to build up new nipples, she decided to incorporate art into her own personal healing process.

    For Meg, that means getting nipples tattooed onto her body instead of the graft surgery, and now — after months of searching for an artist willing to take on her challenge — she’s about to get the work done!

    We’re 8 parts into a documentary on Meg, which is featured on GrowingBolder.com. I’d love for you to check it out and let me know what you think!

    http://growingbolder.com/media/health/cancer/confronting-cancer-part-8-181742.html

    Meg is dynamic, creative, and completely committed to ridding the world of cancer, and her spirit is contagious.

    Thanks for your time, and best luck in your own journey!

    Katy Widrick
    Executive Producer, GrowingBolder.com
    katy@growingbolder.com
    407-362-8237

  2. Thanks for the information. I’ll have to check it out this weekend.

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