A video promoting A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey is available to millions of viewers around the globe through YouTube.com. Also released on Facebook, the four-minute video features author Kim Regenhard describing the motivation behind the creation of A Survivor’s Guide, as well as comments on the benefits of the Guide to those newly diagnosed with breast cancer by oncology nurse Carrie Czech. To view the video on YouTube, click here.
Kim Regenhard offers viewers insight into the creation of A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey in a new promotional video available on the RiverStone Journals website. The short video highlights features and benefits that make the Survivor’s Guide highly useful for those newly diagnosed with breast cancer. The video also offers an insightful perspective on the Guide by oncology nurse Carrie Czech.
Author Laurel Menne-Dibb wrote an article about Kim Regenhard and her journey from breast cancer to author and business owner. The feature article, “Woman’s battle with breast cancer led to helping others: Journal for newly diagnosed is an important aid to getting well,” appeared in the February 12 issue of the Prescott Journal.
Kim Regenhard has been added to the 2009 National Cancer Survivors Day Speakers Bureau Roster alongside such notable women as Lynn Redgrave, Gloria Steinem, and Robin Roberts. The 22nd annual National Cancer Survivors Day (NCSD) is Sunday, June 7, 2009.
Health magazine featured a photo of Kim Regenhard alongside stories of her cancer experience in an October 2008 breast cancer feature titled, “What It’s Really Like to Have Breast Cancer.” Additional quotes from Kim are featured in Health’s online publication.
A review of A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey was featured on the Cancer 360 website.
Breast cancer survivor Jayne England Byrne reviewed A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey on her blog titled, “Jayne’s Breast Cancer Blog.”
Karen Lynch introduced A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey to readers in a post titled, “Who Wouldn’t Want A Survivor’s Guide For The Breast Cancer Journey?”
RiverStone Journals was named a Corporate Partner of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation. The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation (DSLRF) is committed to advancing research and developing resources that explore the intraductal approach to the breast. DSLRF’s founder, Dr. Susan Love, is author of the internationally acclaimed resource, Dr. Susan Love’s Breast Book. To learn more about The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation click here. Five dollars from website sales of A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey will be donated to Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation.
Christine Clifford Beckwith, founder of The Cancer Club, highlighted A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey in the July 2008 issue her Cancer Club Newsletter. In the Newsletter, Beckwith tells readers that the Guide is “a perfect gift to support and encourage a loved one challenged by breast cancer.” To learn more about The Cancer Club click here.