The CANcer Life Binder System is a comprehensive system for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers to make cancer life more organized. This binder is your cancer life companion and contains everything you need to organize your cancer life during cancer treatment and beyond.Learn More
Stop by and say hello! Join me and other local vendors in the Tea Lounge at Moon Drop Yoga on Saturday, December 9th from 10a-12p. We'll have free bagels and I'll have our CANcer Life Binder System available for you to see and purchase! I can't wait to meet you! #supportlocal
Tampa Bay cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers, join us for our monthly cancer support group on Tuesday, December 26, 2023 at 6:30 PM at Moon Drop Yoga Studio. The holidays can be challenging when you have cancer. We'll offer support and ways to create peace during this time.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR for this must-see event for anyone in search of self-help and solutions for healthy living. Visit the CANcer Life Organizing™ booth in Row 4 where you will find cancer care. The expo is open-to-the-public, and admission is FREE! Details and registration link to follow.
FREE! 150+ vendors! Stop by the CANcer Life Organizing™ booth and see us, we can't wait to meet you! We'll have our CANcer Life Binder for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers available for sale. It's a useful and thoughtful gift for anyone whose life has been affected by cancer. ♥
Today, Alignable’s network of 7.8 million small business owners has chosen Lisa Assetta of CANcer Life Organizing™ as Carrollwood, Tampa, Florida’s 2023 Business Person Of The Year! Assetta was chosen as Carrollwood's 2022 Business Person Of The Year last year. The 2023 contest is the most popular competition Alignable has hosted in five years, marking a 61% jump in participation over 2022. All told, 3,750 communities across the U.S. and Canada selected 3,976 winners this year (including ties). That’s an increase of 1,400+ additional Local Business People Of The Year compared to 2022.Read More
It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and there is a charity fashion event happening in Tampa Bay. Mia Williams joins Gayle Guyardo, the host of the nationally syndicated health and wellness show Bloom, to share more about the event. Cancer Life Organizing™ Founder and three-time cancer survivor, Lisa Assetta, joins to share more about her personal story.Read More
Three-time cancer survivor, Lisa Assetta, who was treated at Moffitt, reached out on the Cancer Crushers Facebook page in hopes to buy a face mask that caught her eye. She got that and more by striking up a friendship with Morales. They call each other "Survivor Sisters."Read More
Lisa says she never misses a mammogram or a Rays game. The self-proclaimed super fan underwent surgery, radiation, chemo and immunotherapy at Moffitt Cancer Center. Today, Lisa is cancer free thanks to her incredible support system who helped her through recovery.Read More
Assetta appeared on the WFLA program Daytime to talk about her journey and encourage people to join the Strides movement. Her own experience has enlightened her to the importance of breakthroughs in research.Read More
BOSTON, MA: February 16, 2022 -- Today, Alignable’s network has chosen Lisa Assetta of Office Assistance Plus as Carrollwood’s 2022 Business Person Of The Year!Read More
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I was in my final weeks of chemotherapy treatment for my second case of breast cancer. Although it was the second time, it was the first time I had to have chemo. As a child, I had long straight hair, but that grew naturally wavy as an adult and I kept it past shoulder length. It was a pretty shade of brown that I often had colored at the salon every four weeks to cover any grays. I liked my hair and received many compliments on it. It was a big part of my identity!Read More
Routine exams and annual mammograms led to all three of Lisa Assetta’s cancer diagnoses. She was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011, then tonsil cancer in 2018, followed by a breast cancer recurrence in 2020. Assetta underwent surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and immunotherapy at Moffitt Cancer Center.Read More
Lisa Assetta is engaged in her third bout against cancer, and no one would blame her for focusing on herself and her journey. Yet Assetta again will rally her Making Strides Against Breast Cancer team, The Pink Messengers, to raise vital research dollars and serve as an example for others enduring the journey.Read More
When Lisa Assetta and Janelle Morales met in the Miles for Moffitt Facebook group, little did they know just how much they have in common.Read More
Join the Pink Messengers Fundraiser and support Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC)! Purchase one (or more!) of five journals, designed with love, to help cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers stay organized and inspired. These beautifully crafted journals make the perfect gift for those who have been touched by cancer, especially the newly-diagnosed.
Support the Making Strides movement and join The Pink Messengers to help the American Cancer Society continue the fight for a cure! Together, we can help fund the future of breast cancer research and programs for our loved ones today – and for the next generation.