Cancer can't boss Fran Drescher around.
Actress Fran Drescher is a 16-year Uterine Cancer survivor and has never let her sense of humor waver. As Founder, President and visionary of the non-profit Cancer Schmancer movement, Fran aims to raise awareness around health issues while encouraging us to take control of our bodies.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and tonight I'm joined by Fran Drescher, a leading voice in cancer advocacy. The Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated star of the hit '90s sit-com The Nanny is also the founder and president of the "Cancer Schmancer" Movement, which promotes early detection, prevention, and policy change.
Each of us avoids shaving for 1 to 30 days this month and makes a contribution equal to (or lots higher than) we would have spent on haircuts during that time. And we can also encourage friends who comment on our extra hair that they too should make a contribution.
Not one to stay silent, Drescher went on to write the best-selling book Cancer Schmancer, which details her experience and
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When you are a parent, you learn quickly it's all about how quick you need to move when you are maneuvering homework, travel sports and dinner. That's a complicated situation.
Some celebrity performers are taking the spotlight off themselves and focusing the light on crucial matters that affect us all.
It took TV star Fran Drescher two years after first displaying symptoms to be properly diagnosed with uterine cancer. Before
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who want to donate money to cancer prevention and be rewarded with a hike