Kim Regenhard made her first radio appearance on Nevada’s KWNA with program host Rodd William Stowell. During the live interview, Kim discussed her book, A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey, as well as tips for organizing the wealth of information that accompanies breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.
National retailers, bookstores, distributors, and specialty store and boutique owners were introduced to A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journeyat the National Stationery Show in New York City. For more information on the show, click here.
Kim Regenhard introduced A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journeyto the Twin Cities area and shared advice for women facing breast cancer during an interview with Corbin Seitz on Kare 11’s Showcase Minnesota.
Kim Regenhard had her hair cut live by Kare 11’s Corbin Seitz at the close of her appearance on Showcase Minnesota. Kim will donate her hair to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, a campaign that creates real-hair wigs for women who have lost their hair due to cancer.
Today marks Kim Regenhard’s 10th anniversary of living cancer free following a breast cancer diagnosis. Kim – business owner, wife, and mother of a sixteen-year-old son – tested positive for breast cancer over Mother’s Day weekend in May 1998. Though scared and overwhelmed, Kim was determined to fight her cancer knowledgably and proactively. Her successful journey through cancer eventually led to starting RiverStone Journals and writing A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey.
A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey Helps Manage the Breast Cancer Experience.
RiverStone Journals’ first product, A Survivor’s Guide for the Breast Cancer Journey: An Organizer and Handbook for the Newly Diagnosed, published by Day-Timer®, was released in April 2008.
The National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) program is dedicated to increasing awareness about the importance of the early detection of breast cancer through a nationwide campaign. Visit the NBCAMwebsite to learn how you can play a role in helping women detect breast cancer early. www.nbcam.org