I’m so happy you found me so I can completely support you and help you thrive through and after your diagnosis. 

Hi, I'm Jen Delvaux! A certified Integrative Health Practitioner, Podcast Host of “Not Today Cancer”, and Published Author of “Not Today Cancer; A non-typical survival guide for the girl who wants to thrive, not just survive.

This is my Story

My name is Jen Delvaux. I am a proud mother to two beautiful children… Wait, can I say that? They are now 23 and 18. Not sure how that happened because I still feel like I'm 35. I am a wife to my incredible husband Darren who was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2009. Darren will say, “allegedly diagnosed with brain cancer”. Thank the lord above for his ability to make light of his grade 4 diagnosis. We’ve endured many ups and downs with his diagnosis. He’s had 3 brain surgeries, 2 rounds of chemo and radiation, but he has remained so positive throughout. He taught me so much and felt like he prepared me for my own cancer diagnosis in 2021 of breast cancer. I know shocking…Right?

My husband and kids are always first and foremost the most important people in my life. They bring me such joy, happiness and laughter. I think we are so much closer as a family because of all that we have endured. We have always been very open and honest with your kids.

My husband and I have a podcast show, “Not Today Cancer”. Together we talk openly and honestly about our own struggles and how we have been able to get through a diagnosis in a positive way.

I am an integrative health practitioner and fitness coach that inspires others to live their best life, but most importantly my mission is to help women navigate cancer and take control of their diagnosis. I love helping women Reset & Rise through their cancer diagnosis.

I’m extra and over the top with everything I do…Lashes, shoes and even my healing modalities. You name it, I’ve tried it. Except for a cold plunge. I just can't do it! Although, it sure would be nice to have one near me during one of my lovely hot flashes. We believe laughter is truly the best medicine. You have to laugh through the madness.

I now understand my purpose on this earth is to be a light for other women navigating through a cancer diagnosis and show them the way. I’ve turned my transformation into an easy-to-follow system that anyone can use to unlock their potential and start enjoying life like never before.


Diagnosed with Cancer, now what...

A cancer diagnosis can feel like the end, but it's really only the beginning.The start of a brand new chapter of your life that you weren't expecting, couldn't plan for, and didn't wish for.

So now it's time to open the book and face what is to come, and this little guide will help you do just that.