Lori A. Sorbo, author of Eleven Years Later, documents the journey of her battle with breast cancer. An extraordinary tale of the fight to survive and the complications that she endured from her 28 surgeries in 11 years. Phoebe Chongchua shows how Lori and her family were impacted and today are thriving after she made some tough decisions. Lori’s journey began at the age of 27.
Lori shares her story of endurance in hopes that others will face this disease head-on and never give up their will to live.
Lori shares her story of endurance in hopes that others will face this dreadful disease head-on and never give up their will to live. Eleven Years Later, Lori proves the conflict doesn’t affect just her, but her children, husband, parents, and friends. This is their triumphant story.
Editor’s note: We’re happy to provide this update on Lori. We wish her continued success.
“I am doing great!
I have really started to focus on my personal health over the last couple of months and have been able to loose 52 pounds. Resulting in good health. I haven’t felt this good in more than 10 years. I am walking at least 5 miles a day, training for the Susan G Komen 3Day – 60 mile walk in November. (19th-21st here in San Diego)My book is doing very well I have now sold over 5,000 copies and have been accepted into the Library of Congress. I continue to enjoy sharing my story and giving hope to those that read it.
I was featured on the Lifetime Channel this morning, on their show, “The Balancing Act.” I was one of their breast cancer survivor inspirational stories.
It is truly fulfilling to know that I am offering hope and continued faith for those battling breast cancer.
My children and I will be taking part in two upcoming events, “Be Bold Be Bald,” which is a National Campaign taking place this Friday, Oct 22nd, then the Susan G Komen 5k on Sunday November 7th. My children enjoy giving back and being a part of making a difference in people’s lives.”