Breast Cancer DIY

...created by women with breast cancer, for women and men with breast cancer!

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    Our Mission Statement
    About Marion - our Founder
    Our Sponsor Angels and Financial Supporters
    How You Can Help Breast Cancer DIY - Donate Now!

 

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Our Mission Statement

Breast Cancer DIY was created by women with Breast Cancer, to empower, support, and provide information to all breast cancer survivors, regardless of gender or ethnic background.

 

Our mission is to compassionately support and serve those newly diagnosed, as well as those in treatment for breast cancer, their families, friends, and caregivers.

 

We strive to provide the best breast cancer information resources available to survivors, through their journey from diagnosis – treatment – and beyond.

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April 2016 we were 8 years old

Thank you all for making our website your source of information,
we hope you have found answers and comfort in our ongoing effort to be there for you through your treatments and when treatment ends and the rest of your life begins.

About Me...Our Founder


Hi, I’m Marion, and this is Cappy &  Pico!

 

On August 28, 2016, I celebrated my 16th year survivorship from 3 types of breast cancer (all stage 3) with lymph node involvement - just 2 months after a "clean" mammogram!.  I was the facilitator for our local Breast Cancer Group (So. CA) for about 2 years, and then decided to do more one-on-one counseling of newly diagnosed breast cancer patients, referred to me by my surgeon, oncologist, and friends.  Now, because you found us,  you are all going to be my friends, too! 

 

This website was a dream of mine - it serves to fulfill a promise I made to God that for every day I survived, I would do my best to make a difference in someone's life ,  I’m  so glad you are here.  Please know that no questions are too stupid, no feelings that you are experiencing are new to this fight we all are waging.  I look forward to talking to each of you, and doing what I can to help you through your journey with surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, and all the rest, plus getting on with your life when treatments end and the rest of your life begins! 

Best wishes to all of you, my “boob sisters” and “boob brothers” (we can’t forget the men who also have breast cancer, although they are in the minority of about 1% - they need our support, too).

 

I hope you benefit from the information and many links provided here.  These have helped me, and I hope they help you, too. So if you have a certain link or information you’d like to share, please contact us and we will try to include it here for others to see and learn from.  Thank you for visiting, please become a member, it's free, we keep all information confidential

 

If you want to contact me personally - you can e-mail me at :

breastcancerdiy@earthlink.net

I am glad to help you thru those rough spots!

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 "The purpose of life is not to be happy.
It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate,
to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well."

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Cambridge Who's Who:
http://www.cambridgewhoswhoconnect.com/profile/MarionJonker

 


Please visit my Blog at Inspire:

 Inspire health and wellness support groups

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We are always here for you ----

We are a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Charity

No one working to make this website a success is paid a salary.  All our volunteers support this website and it's community service projects out of our love for all breast cancer patients.

Our Major Donors

We want to thank the Southern California Sand Drag Association
for their large donation to our website from the 2st annual "Racin' for a Cure" event that they held in October 2015.  They have committed to sponsoring an annual event to benefit our website so check out their website and come to the event in October .So.California Sand Drags

 We also want to thank the "Soboba Charity Golf Classic" and the Soboba Foundation for it's large donation to our website in April 2014.
The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians are located in San Jacinto, CA
and are very active in the needs of our community. They hold a Golf Classic each year to benefit local charities.

Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians

 

Our Sponsor Angels &  Major Contributors

We would like to introduce you to our " Angels" who make possible our ongoing mission to educate others about Breast Cancer via this website:  Marion is especially proud because they are all her wonderful doctors!

James Tsai, MD     
 Assistant Professor, Medicine, School of Medicine
 (Dr. Tsai is Marion's Doctor)
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Assistant Professor of Medicine, Medical Oncology
(July 2006)
Loma Linda University Shcool of Medicine
President, Hematorlogy-Medical Oncology Practice (December 2004)
Southland Hematology-Oncology Medical Group, Inc
Hemet, CA
Fellowship in Hematology and Oncology (July 2001 - June 2004)
Brown University School of Medicine
Providence, Rhode Island
Residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics (July 1998 - June 2001)
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - New Jersey Medical School
Newark, New Jersey
Internship inInternal Medicine and Pediatrics (July 1997 - June 1998)
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - New Jersey Medical School
Newark, New Jersey

 Tommy Dinh, MD, FACS

(Dr. Dinh is Marion's Surgeon)
Certified by the American Board of Surgery

Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

 

Education

 UC Davis- East Bay, Ohio State Univ. College of Medicine
Cal State Northridge
Residency
UC Davis - East Bay. PGY I-V, General Surgery Internship/Residency
Licenses/Certifications
Board Certified in General Surgery, American Board of Surgery
California Medical License
California DEA, ACLS, certified in Ultrasound Skills
Fluoroscopy Supervisor License

Appointment
Active Staff at Kaiser Permanente - Riverside, CA-

 


Shams Iqbal, M.D, M.S.
(Marion's expert in Immune System Problems)
Asthma & Allergy Medical Group
Murrieta, Riverside, Corona - California

Dr. Iqbal graduated from Dow Medical College in 1985.
He received his masters in Microbiology and Immunology from
Louisiana State University, completed a two-year fellowship in Allergy,
Asthma, and Clinical Immunology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
http://caallergy.com

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How You Can Help Breast Cancer DIY

 
Please make a donation today!  Any amount will help us continue to provide this website to the world!
Breast Cancer DIY is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Donations to Breast Cancer DIY are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Breast Cancer DIY is internationally recognized,
and is visited by many people from countries around the world
where our Sisters-in-Breast Cancer live.

We sincerely hope you, your family, and your friends,
will find the information you need to help you on
your journey through breast cancer.


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