Cancer, Casually: Mary Carrillo of the Calvin Preston Foundation

Mary Carrillo lost her son to Leukemia — but instead of giving up, she found a way to turn the unthinkable into the hopeful.

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Cancer, Casually: Donna McNutt, the Cancer Fashionista

Teaching us to face trials with our best foot (or outfit) forward.

Cancer, Casually: Audra DiPadova Wilford

What do you do when your eight-year-old son is diagnosed with brain cancer? This mom set out to make a difference in the life of not just her son, but everyone touched by cancer.

Cancer, Casually: Megan Krzmarzick

A reminder to own your struggles, transmute darkness into creativity, and then get back up.

Cancer, Casually: Keep A Breast’s Shaney jo Darden

The founder of Keep A Breast is on a mission to bring early detection to the masses (she also brings fabulous boob art, too).

Cancer, Casually: Your Super’s Michael Kuech and Kristel De Groot

Michael Kuech, co-founder of superfood brand, Your Super, bravely shares his journey with testicular cancer and the path it led him to healthy eating.

Cancer, Casually: Farzaneh Noori of Yoga House

Founder of Pasadena’s Yoga House, Farzaneh Noori used yoga to help heal after cancer treatment, now she’s paying it forward with free yoga classes for those touched by cancer.