There is the HOPE in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Isabella Milan.

Living proof that is Hope!

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You may not realize that over 250,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer are diagnosed each year in women and over 2,400 in men. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. 12.5% of women in the United States develop breast cancer. Although a number of risk factors have been determined, the actual cause is still unknown.

There is hope!

Breast cancer awareness has grown dramatically and the survival rate has increased significantly as well. In the U.S., there are over 3.1 million breast cancer survivors. The five-year survival for early detection breast cancer patients is nearly 90%.

Meet Isabella

“Going through breast cancer and all that happened during that time was the fight of my life — literally! As a survivor, I want to help encourage and inform you, give you hope, and help you find the resources”

Studies have shown how critical support is to a breast cancer journey. Support has been proven to reduce anxiety, provide beneficial coping skills, decrease stress, increase levels of well-being, adding to a longer, healthier life.

Coaching is important because it provides a safe, supportive environment where you can work on controlling multiple issues including grief, fear, stress, anxiety, depression and many other emotions to get free of the burdens plaguing you. It is a place where you can be transformed and learn the tools to help you overcome your many challenges.

Never Give Up! Keep Fighting!


Have you ever been given news that made you feel as if you were a prisoner sentenced to death? That was my initial feeling when I was told that I have breast cancer, my husband wanted a divorce and that I had to fight for custody of my son.


Fight, Hope, Pray because "Breast Cancer" are just words.


"When I am afraid, I put my trust in you." (Ps. 56:3)

"On the day I called, you answered me; my strength of soul you increased." (Ps. 138:3)


Stay Positive, Strong and Ready to Rumble! Inspiring stories, thoughts and resources.

About Breast Cancer

Did you know that the 5-year survival rate for breast cancer if diagnosed with stage 1 to stage 3 is between 100% and 72%? Arm yourself with knowledge about breast cancer.


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This sounds like an uplifting book. I couldn't imagine being in Isabella's shoes. I like that she was strong in her faith in God and believed despite the odds. Thanks for the review!

This book is so inspiring. I really admire Isabella! Her great example of strength and faith could be applied to other difficult moments people encounter in life. I'm so glad she decided to write her own motivational story as it can help others going through their own battles. Excellent message! Never lose hope! I enjoyed reading your review, thank you!

The author does an excellent job of conveying the heartwrenching details of her diagnosis and actions of her husband in response to that diagnosis. Through brutal circumstances, she keeps her faith and beats the cancer. This book is an inspiration, and it is a wonderful resource for practical ways to maintain hope through dark times.

I can never know the pain of what this poor woman is going through. Applause and praise for Isabella Milan for sharing her history, information on cancer, and message of faith, hope, and survival.

Kindle Customer
This book is an extremely impressive inspirational good read for ANYONE going through breast cancer, supporting loved ones with breast cancer and really for anyone navigating the journey of life. It was very REAL and very well-written. Thank you so much to the author for telling your inspirational story.
I love the passion in this book . Writer did a really good job encouraging hope . The very end with good info was a nice surprise .
Amazon Customer
This is a first-hand account about dealing with stage four breast cancer. The author is very honest with the emotions she experienced and how the treatments affected her physically and psychologically. The emotions are raw. I received a few copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving my review.
Lindell Long
I normally don't read many memoirs like this one, but I'm glad I gave Praying for a Miracle a shot, it wasn't half as bad as I thought it would be. I loved reading about all the author had been through and how she still managed to work through it all.
Matin T