We all have leaders we look up to, whether it be a friend, family member, mentor, or coach. In the patient community, we also have people we look up to who are making waves in the cancer advocacy world. But what does it mean to be a leader and/or an influencer? What qualities does this […]
Carly Flumer is a young woman who was diagnosed with stage I papillary thyroid cancer at the age of 27. She recently received her Master’s degree from Boston University in Health Communication and received her Bachelor’s from George Mason University in Health Administration and Policy. While being diagnosed with the “C” word at such a young age was a surprise, as it would be to anyone, she found strength, support, and inspiration in sharing her cancer journey on social media. As a result of her health outcome, she looks to advocate for other cancer patients through education, research, and health literacy.