Mission: My Bridge 4 Life aspires to provide a
wellness plan to any person on earth facing a major health challenge.
GET A MY BRIDGE 4 LIFE PIN! Goal setting, and sharing your goals with your community is a huge first step in your wellness journey. Drop us an email and let us know when you've
completed your first three goals
and we'll reward you with a beautiful cloisonne My Bridge 4 Life lapel
GET THE MOST FROM MY BRIDGE 4 LIFE Here are some easy ways to get the most from My Bridge 4 Life:
My Community - Invite friends and family
members to join you on My Bridge 4 Life.
This is your core group, your strongest allies, those who will be on the
journey with you. Enter
their email addresses in your My Community page.
Search - Find
Bridge Builders who can help you with your wellness plan by entering an illness
or area of interest. Your search
will deliver Blogs and Tips 4 Life from fellow Bridge
Builders. Invite your favorite Bridge Builders to join your community, and
collect your favorite Tips 4 Life.
You can find additional information on using My Bridge 4
Life with tools located right on your Bridge Plan:
specialist for a "Standard of care" letter to your primary oncologist
for the next treatment
options. Example: after radiation failed, my mom's specialist made
a case for chemotherapy that my
mom's primary doctor thought would not work. It bought my mom
another six months so she could eventually
find a clinical trial that, in fact, did work - that was 4 years
Have you shared your Tips? Share today!
Yours in Health,
My Bridge 4 Life
JOIN US IN CELEBRATING the launch of the NewOrgan Network powered by My Bridge 4 Life.
There are 105,000 people annually who need a new organ. Methuselah Foundation is proud to launch the NewOrgan Network powered by My Bridge 4 Life. At the NewOrgan
Network, those in need of replacement organs can reach out to friends
and family for personal support. The NewOrgan Network complements Methuselah Foundation's NewOrgan Prize with the goal of accelerating advances in regenerative medicine, which will become the
standard of care for replacing all tissue and organ systems in the next 20 years.