What Drives My Cancer Advocacy

December 3, 2019

People always ask what drives me in my unrelenting cancer advocacy and why I literally advocate 24/7 and dedicate my life to saving lives. My maternal grandparents died of cancer when they were a few years older than me. I never met them but I certainly would have liked to. Both my parents were diagnosed among five other beloved relatives. My mom, twice with 2 different cancers in 6 months, and my dad was hemorrhaging to death from a rare tumor and I had to advocate immediately to get him to a world expert in order to save his life.



Growing up, I saw the devastation and grief cancer can cause. It took too many members of my family, far too young. Truthfully, it made me feel as if anyone I love could be taken away at any time. It was terrifying. None of us know how much time we have here. So, I want to continue to spend my life in the most meaningful way possible.



For me, the most meaningful thing I can do is continue to spend my time saving lives as I have for the past decade as a devoted cancer advocate saving countless lives. Cancer Is Personal. It took a tremendous amount from my family and friends.



Therefore, I am relentless in my advocacy to get people the best care and support and fund life-saving research. Because I know through my experience of advocating for countless cancer patients, that where you are treated can make the difference between life and death.




Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Featured Posts

Henri Bendel Welcomes Health Coach Jaye Seidlin & Her No Hunger Sugar Detox

July 13, 2017

Please reload

Please reload

Follow Me
  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Grey Twitter Icon
  • Grey Instagram Icon
  • Grey Pinterest Icon
Jaye Seidlin, JD, CHC
  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Pinterest Icon
  • White Instagram Icon

The information on this website is not intended to be medical advice.  The information is meant to inspire and motivate you to make your own decisions surrounding your health care and dietary needs.  It is intended for educational and informational purposes only.  You should not rely upon any information found on this website to determine dietary changes, a medical diagnosis or course of treatment.  Readers should perform their own research and make decisions in partnership with their own health care providers.   


Any statements or claims about the possible health benefits obtained from any foods or supplements mentioned on this website have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


Jaye Seidlin (Health Coach Jaye) is not a doctor any information received should not be seen as medical advice, nursing advice and is certainly not meant to take the place of your physician. 

© 2019 Jaye Seidlin. All rights reserved.