If you haven't thought it yet, at some point in your breast cancer journey you're likely to come across the thought, “Isn't it enough that I'm alive?” Yes. You're alive! Absolutely, that's more than enough to celebrate. Every single
About Kara SkardaKara's life probably looks the most out of the American ordinary, as she resides with her husband and twin toddler boys in a village in the mountains of Thailand. Besides being fluent in Shan (the ethnic minority language of her husband), she also speaks German and Thai. She enjoys fermenting vegetables, making yogurt, and drinking fresh soy milk from street stands. As the Director of Operations, she's involved in all aspects of the website.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, but for families affected by breast cancer, it can be daunting to know how to spoil Mom this year. We’re rather fond of the usual chocolate and spa
Have you felt any confusion about what you can and cannot eat after a breast cancer diagnosis? We've got a treat for you! We had an incredible interview with Cathy Leman, a registered dietitian, breast
Question your breast surgeon about everything. This is the sort of advice you rarely get but really need. In this video, Dr. Dellacroce discusses diagnosis paralysis. He has one professional recommendation for women: question everything regarding
Sometimes breast reconstruction doesn't go as planned. Unfortunately, that was Denise's painful experience. She had saline tissue expanders placed at her mastectomy, and everything went wrong. Skin necrosis. Extra surgery. Incisions that reopened. Ultimately, her
One of the most challenging decisions a woman with early stage breast cancer may need to make is whether she will have a lumpectomy with radiation or a mastectomy. A lumpectomy is the removal of