New Release: Paradise Drive "The Fight Never Stops" Snapback

    Releasing today is our Paradise "The Fight Never Stops" Snapback. This is a very special project to us due to a close family friend just passed recently from cancer. Proceeds from this hat will be going to help the family with expenses. Here are three strong women on their current battle with cancer. They are the real definition of fighters. Turning frustration into motivation. Cancer can take away all their physical abilities, but it can not touch their minds, it can not touch their heart, and it can not touch their soul.  Kelsey Kandoc, 28. "After my Stage 4 diagnosis in 2013, doctors estimated I wouldn't live to see July 2014. After the first failed surgery, I wanted to give up and accept cancer as my destiny. Persistent self-talk was key; I converted my frustration into motivation and began my path as a serial entrepreneur. Screw survive. I won't stop until I transcend!"  Alyson Rod, 25. "In 2001 diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a childhood bone cancer, did surgery and chemo. Been in remission for 13 years and in 2014 was diagnosed again with stage 4 stomach cancer. Did surgery to remove my stomach, and still doing chemo ever since. Cancer may have started the fight, but I will finish it."  Cheryl Burnett, 47. "I'm a wife, mother, nurse, and flight attendant. On Sept. 23, 2014 I was diagnosed with stage 2, triple positive, Invasive Ductal Carcinoma of the right breast. I have had 6 rounds of Chemotherapy combined with Biological therapy, each dose 3 weeks apart. I lost all my hair, couldn't eat, therefore lost muscle strength and energy. Then a bilateral Mastectomy with the start of reconstruction. However, because 5 out of 15 lymph nodes removed were still positive at the time of surgery, I had 5 weeks of daily radiation to my chest wall and armpit. This photoshoot was taken 4 days after my completion of radiation. My hair is slowly growing back. My appetite is good, a little too good, LOL! I'm still struggling to gain my strength and energy back. But, I am so happy to be alive, to be able to go back to work and move on with my life! It's not going to be that easy though, there will be changes I need to make. My life will forever be changed. I feel like this is just the beginning of my fight against cancer. I believe that my life and my family, are worth fighting for! I wouldn't have gotten though them treatments without the help from my family and friends! To them I am forever grateful! If you know anyone touched by cancer in anyway send them a quick text message of uplifting and encouragement words. It will make a world of difference, I promise."  The Fight Never Stops!

 

Releasing today is our Paradise "The Fight Never Stops" Snapback. This is a very special project to us due to a close family friend just passed recently from cancer. Proceeds from this hat will be going to help the family with expenses. Here are three strong women on their current battle with cancer. They are the real definition of fighters. Turning frustration into motivation. Cancer can take away all their physical abilities, but it can not touch their minds, it can not touch their heart, and it can not touch their soul.

Kelsey Kandoc, 28.
"After my Stage 4 diagnosis in 2013, doctors estimated I wouldn't live to see July 2014. After the first failed surgery, I wanted to give up and accept cancer as my destiny. Persistent self-talk was key; I converted my frustration into motivation and began my path as a serial entrepreneur. Screw survive. I won't stop until I transcend!"

Alyson Rod, 25.
"In 2001 diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a childhood bone cancer, did surgery and chemo. Been in remission for 13 years and in 2014 was diagnosed again with stage 4 stomach cancer. Did surgery to remove my stomach, and still doing chemo ever since. Cancer may have started the fight, but I will finish it."

Cheryl Burnett, 47.
"I'm a wife, mother, nurse, and flight attendant. On Sept. 23, 2014 I was diagnosed with stage 2, triple positive, Invasive Ductal Carcinoma of the right breast. I have had 6 rounds of Chemotherapy combined with Biological therapy, each dose 3 weeks apart. I lost all my hair, couldn't eat, therefore lost muscle strength and energy.
Then a bilateral Mastectomy with the start of reconstruction. However, because 5 out of 15 lymph nodes removed were still positive at the time of surgery, I had 5 weeks of daily radiation to my chest wall and armpit.
This photoshoot was taken 4 days after my completion of radiation. My hair is slowly growing back. My appetite is good, a little too good, LOL! I'm still struggling to gain my strength and energy back. But, I am so happy to be alive, to be able to go back to work and move on with my life! It's not going to be that easy though, there will be changes I need to make.
My life will forever be changed. I feel like this is just the beginning of my fight against cancer.
I believe that my life and my family, are worth fighting for! I wouldn't have gotten though them treatments without the help from my family and friends! To them I am forever grateful!
If you know anyone touched by cancer in anyway send them a quick text message of uplifting and encouragement words. It will make a world of difference, I promise."

The Fight Never Stops!

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