Here’s a recipe that celebrates breast cancer awareness month in one of the sweetest ways possible: warm, delicious, and delightfully pink cinnamon rolls.
Caring for a sick friend or relative over a long period of time — whether they have cancer, Alzheimer’s, or any other ailment — is a great and noble thing. The problem is that it can also take a toll on your health. Here are some ways to handle that.
Breast Cancer Stories: BRCA 2 Meant Removing My Healthy Breasts
Back in 2003 everyone thought I was completely crazy to remove my breasts when I did not have cancer. The thing was, I watched my mother die of the disease. I was not going to wait to get it and then have my kids watch. I fought it.
Breast cancer patients express their struggles through art classes. A Susan G. Komen grant provides breast cancer patients at the Queen’s Medical Center with an artist in residence program.
Breast cancer does not discriminate. It’s a disease that strikes all ages, genders and races. But when you look at the statistics surrounding treatment and survival rates among different race and classes, a disturbing picture emerges.
Breast Cancer Stories: The Day My Mom Got Breast Cancer
This young woman wrote a book with her dad, called “My Parent Has Cancer and It Really Sucks” after her mom was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Gerson’s vitamin and mineral-packed green juice.
Ideas for helping you gain mental and physical strength after breast cancer treatment.
Breast Cancer Stories: Don’t Let Insurance Companies Mess With You
Lisa Cone wanted a DIEP reconstruction surgery but her health provider wouldn’t allow it. Instead of caving, she kept fighting.
Yoga is often just what the doctor ordered–especially when it comes to stress, fatigue, and nausea.
Acupuncture can assist with most of the side-effects associated with standard breast cancer treatments. Helping with such side-effects as fatigue, nausea, and stress.
Breast Cancer Stories: Just Take One More Step
If I could go back in time, I’d tell myself to go as far as you can go and when you think you can’t go any further…just take one more step. That is courage in action.