Category Archives: The Joy of Cancer

Pink Lady ” Women of Action” Event November 17th, 2013

http://www.icrfmontreal.org/WomenofActionBrunch “We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give.” WINSTON CHURCHILL The Israel Cancer Research Fund and the Pink Lady Fund invite you to support their 8th annual “Women of Action” brunch … Continue reading

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Inspiring Opening Speech, Week end to end Women’s Cancer 2013

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Win The Joy of Cancer on Goodreads!

It has been half a year since I published The Joy of Cancer, and to celebrate I am giving away a copy of my book on Goodreads. Be sure to friend or fan me after you enter — I look … Continue reading

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The importance of getting support from friends. How can it help when you are thrown into a situation that you can’t control?

When I feel that I am presented with a situation that is outside of my control – I talk to myself. I ask myself questions or say things to myself that will help me see how I can manage it … Continue reading

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How was I able to stay positive and focus on the good with a diagnosed like Cancer!!

When tremendous challenges come their way, people either see themselves as victims or, they refuse to be a victim, but rather want see themselves as winners who have overcome in spite of. Attitude has a very profound effect on our … Continue reading

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How did “The Joy of Cancer” come to life…

  Cancer patients are often said to be cured after the five  year remission period. After I reached this milestone, I joyfully posted on Facebook about how I could finally call my self a survivor, having been in remission for … Continue reading

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Who am I ? , where have I been?,

        Well as most of you know by now,my name is Olga Munari Assaly. I was born in Montreal, Québec on December 3rd, 1963.  My dad is Italian and my mom is Canadian. I come from a … Continue reading

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