Lillie Shockney, RN., BS., MAS, HON- ONN-CG, will take you on a journey with her through her experiences with cancer, as a youngster when her mom’s best friend was diagnosed with
advanced disease, as a student nurse and a registered nurse, and then becoming a cancer patient herself. She will make you laugh, and possibly cry, and you will come away knowing that holding
tight to your sense of humor is an additional weapon to use when fighting cancer.
A genuine belly laugh increases the production of T-cells which are our cancer-fighting cells in our bodies. It also reduces stress hormone levels, increases oxygenation, and reduces our blood pressure!