Diane Davies is a breast cancer survivor and activist, wife, mother, grandmother, gardener, former school teacher, author, former executive director of Circle in the Field: Peer Support for Breast Cancer, and Bush Leadership Fellow, 2011-2013. She lives in rural Hastings, Minnesota with husband Butch. Her daughter and family live right next door making it extremely handy for watching her two grandchildren and one grand dog.
Diane's first book, From There to Here: A Breast Cancer Journey is available here on this website. Her new book, Breast Cancer Saved My Life will be coming out October 1, 2015 and will also be available on this website.
Butch & Diane are both retired and enjoy spending time with their family at home and at their lake home on Rainy Lake in Ontario. You'll find them at home on the St. Croix River on their boat called "Fiddle Fartin' Around."
Diane was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004. She underwent a bilateral mastectomy with tissue expander reconstruction. To find out more about her journey see From There to Here; A Breast Cancer Journey in her online store.
Diane's new book, How Breast Cancer Saved My Life; Wisdom of Twelve Years of Survivorship will be coming out in October of 2015. Watch this site for it's availability.