Scholder says that, “Once the women can see their bodies in a new and beautiful way, it changes how they view their breast cancer.”
In recent years, much attention has been paid to the importance of having a positive attitude. It has even been suggested that it could stop the cancer from spreading or even prevent death.
Breast Cancer Stories:I am Still Alive and Healthy!
If I could go back in time, I would tell myself to be consistent with the important things in life like exercise and diet.
Before a new mom, who’s had cancer, decides to breast-feed, she should first get approval from her oncologist.
Breast Cancer Stories: My Book Was My Outlet
“If this news does not rivet you, nothing will.”
Everyone loves cupcakes. Why? I think they’re like potato chips. You can’t just eat one.
There are ways to rediscover the happy, healthy and sensual woman you were before battling with this disease.
Breast Cancer Stories: I Knew it Wouldn’t Defeat Me
I learned was that no one will sit near the bald chick at the movie theater
We were looking for great DIY items for Breast Cancer Awareness month and came across a charming site called Mason Jar Crafts–not only does it cover a million really fun DIYs for mason jar projects, this one’s perfect for Breast Cancer Awareness month. Travel over to this charming site for directions. Here’s some photos from… Read more »
While it is extremely rare for men to get breast cancer, it is important to remember it can and does happen. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, we believe it’s important to be aware of all the people this disease affects – including the guys.
Breast Cancer Stories: Thanks for the Mammaries!
Just thinking for a moment about all the good times we’ve shared….wow is it getting hot in here or what?
Going through chemotherapy treatments aren’t fun. But what if you had your own gift bag to dig into on every treatment day.