Journey

My Most Recent Scan!

By Karen Berrios | March 15, 2019

Last Thursday morning I was scheduled to get an ultrasound for a follow-up imaging of my thyroid. My last scan was done in May 2018, and at the time everything looked stable. If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer you can probably understand how dreadful it is to go to those follow-up scannings. The emotional ride…

God has said Yes before you believed!

By Karen Berrios | February 17, 2019

When I first heard this and really thought it through it filled my heart with so much joy and hope. I quickly imagined saying YES to my three children before they would even understand it. I imagen saying yes to protecting them, caring for them, loving them, providing for them, guiding them, saying yes to…

World Cancer Day

By Karen Berrios | February 4, 2019

I will use my voice for a positive change. Today February 4th is World Cancer Day! A day marked to raise awareness and to encourage cancer prevention detention and treatment. Since my thyroid cancer diagnosis, I’ve learned a great deal about the dreaded C word, how fear takes over you and how it can quickly…

My Superfoods Project

By Karen Berrios | October 17, 2018

Being diagnosed with cancer changes a person. I think that probably goes without saying. After the initial shock and horror at being handed a potentially terminal diagnosis and after acceptance had set in, there came a time when there was almost a sense of peace that washed over me. That’s not to say that I…

Dr. Cesar Núñez Interview – Lima Peru – “Immunotherapy as a Cancer Treatment”

By Karen Berrios | October 5, 2018

It is finally here.. The entire translation of my video interview with Dr Cesar Nunez! This was an amazing experience and unplanned event but I think it turned out great. I firmly believe in his work and the potential it offers to help cancer patients. I really hope you enjoy it, as he provides a…

Letting Go of Fear

By Karen Berrios | September 30, 2018

It used to be that I spent my days in “default mode,” unaware that I could make conscious choices about my reactions and emotions. There were so many “hot buttons,” words, behaviors, people and circumstances that would trigger me to go into a place of emotional pain. I felt vulnerable and open, with things constantly…