Not feeling so good during breast cancer? Sometimes it’s hard to recognize the person looking back in the mirror. Breast cancer treatments may rob you of your hair (eyelashes and eyebrows included), complexion, nails, and
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ITC welcomes our board member Rhonda M. Smith, who talks about moving forward after breast cancer. She also shares her personal story about her site: Breast Cancer Partner. Our Transcript: Robin: Hi, I’m Robin Gardner.
In this episode of "The Breast Podcast," we welcome survivors Melanie Nix and Angela Williams. These two women not only share their journey as 10 year breast cancer survivors, but also discuss breast cancer awareness
I’m Taking Charge focuses attention on the racial disparity in prevention, treatment and mortality rates that still exist in the African American community when it comes to breast cancer. This month our articles will highlight
If you haven't been through a breast cancer diagnosis and mastectomy, you can’t really understand the upheaval that happens to your life. Because after breast cancer, your emotions change, your body image changes, and the
Knowledge is power, and women who undergo genetic testing for the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutation will have the benefit of knowing whether they are at a higher risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
Yes, it’s true that breast cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in women, and surprisingly it’s the leading cause of death in women younger than 50, according to the American Cancer Society. This month, we
Here’s one of the most important questions you can ask yourself in 2017, and it relates well to our focus of early breast cancer detection this month . . . Have you scheduled your mammogram
Cancer sucks, and finding any kind of joy may seem impossible, but emotions are more than the words that describe them. They're pure physical sensations that we experience all the time. When coping with breast