Tag: cancer


Remembering Emily | May We Strive to Live Like You

It is with great sadness we share that Emily Garnett, a true star in the WEGO Health Patient Leader Network, has passed away. Just earlier this month, during our Patient Leader Advisory Board meeting, Emily reported feeling better for the first time in her long metastatic breast journey. We were all hopeful, but unfortunately, cancer…

4 ways humor can elevate your message

As the winner of the 2018 WEGO Health Award for Hilarious Patient Leader, I'm often asked why I chose to approach cancer in such a humorous light. To be quite honest, it really comes down to one, single fact - I only have one, single testicle. Rather than hiding that I’m now 50% more aerodynamic…

4 Reasons to Use Humor in Your Advocacy

As the winner of the 2018 WEGO Health Award for Hilarious Patient Leader, I'm often asked why I chose to approach cancer in such a humorous light. To be quite honest, it really comes down to one, single fact - I only have one, single testicle. Rather than hiding that I’m now 50% more aerodynamic…

Making A Difference: An Interview with WEGO Health’s Richelle Horn

Every day at WEGO Health we get to see the transformative alchemy that occurs when life sciences companies collaborate with patient influencers. Our Client Services Director, Richelle Horn, plays a key role in making this magic happen. She works to connect pharma brand marketers with patient influencers who have firsthand experience with their products and…

Cervical Cancer Patient Leader #FollowFriday – January 5th, 2018

January is cervical health awareness month. To help raise awareness, we're featuring three amazing cervical cancer survivors and Patient Leaders. Take a few minutes to learn about why they advocate and why talking about cervical health is so important in the lives of all the women we love.   Erica Frazier Stum Cervical Cancer Patient…

A Look Back on 2016 and the Cancer Moonshot Initiative

  “For the loved ones we’ve all lost, for the families that we can still save...let’s make America the country that cures cancer once and for all.” This powerful statement from President Obama came just under a year ago, as he gave his final State of the Union Address. It was then, he announced a…
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