We need the breast cancer activists that fight so hard for all of us. That’s why we seek to honor them here.
Insurance Coverage for Breast Reconstruction: Interview Reveals AirXpanders’ Efforts to Increase AwarenessSally Casey
We’re excited to share our recent interview with Scott Dodson and Jennie Kim of AirXpanders, the medical device company which developed the patient-controlled Aeroform®Tissue Expander System for breast reconstruction. They explain how they work to
Breast cancer advocacy is a great way to give back either during or after your breast cancer journey. Celebrities frequently advocate for matters that matter to them. Yet they don’t always have personal experience. As
We’ve highlighted a few breast cancer retreats on this blog before. These retreats typically include women of all races and varying ages and are great ways to connect with other women who are dealing with
In collaboration with Black Women's Health Imperative, we're focusing on African-American women and Breast Cancer this month. September is also National Childhood Cancer Awareness month, so we're introducing you to the Young Sisters Initiative. It's a great resource for young
Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among Black women, and the second leading cause of death for Black women. - Black Women’s Health Imperative (BWHI) During 2016, says Komen, physicians will diagnose
Unless you are one of the 24 million people whose healthcare needs are served by the 400 Health Centers that operate approximately 9,800 service delivery sites, the term “Community Health Center” may not mean much.
Breast cancer is a tough journey. Unfortunately, breast reconstruction after mastectomy isn't always smooth sailing either, as told in some of our breast reconstruction stories. One problem is the inconvenience, pain and sometimes injury that occur