Surviving Pink: A Mother-Daughter Duo on Believing in Hope
In this week’s episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with breast cancer survivor Felicia Robinson, who recently wrote a book with her daughter on their personal experiences with the various aspects of a life-changing diagnosis.
BY Kristie L. Kahl and Katie Kosko
PUBLISHED January 09, 2020
With an already close bond, Felicia Robinson and her daughter’s relationship became even closer following Felicia’s breast cancer diagnosis.
While her daughter was a 22-year-old college senior, she served as Felicia’s caregiver – an experience the duo chronicled in their book, titled “Surviving Pink.”
“Surviving pink offers information, inspiration, and encouragement for a life-altering diagnosis,” Robinson said. “Mine was breast cancer, but it could be cancer, heart conditions, diabetes, anything that knocks you off your journey that you have planned. You have to keep going and keep going forward.”