Life After Breast Cancer

You’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer, developed a treatment plan with your doctor (which may include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, or hormone therapy), and started treatment.Your prognosis is good for a full recovery but it’s not over when the treatment...

Breast Cancer and Your Sexual Health

 A breast cancer diagnosis brings a lot of changes to a woman’s life; some temporary, and some permanent. But on top of your physical changes, emotional fatigue, and side-effects from treatment, many women also experience changes in their sex life from lack of desire,...

Understanding The Complexity of Breast Cancer

 Breast Cancer is a very complex disease. There’s invasive and non-invasive. Hormone receptive and triple negative. Medullary, mucinous, papillary, tubular, cribriform, lobular. In situ, metastatic…If you’re diagnosed with breast cancer, you may care more about...

4 Treatments That Changed Women’s Health in 2018

A lot happened in 2018. New studies, treatments, laws, discoveries and breakthroughs. Women’s health is constantly changing and evolving. Every day scientists move closer to discovering new treatments to benefit and improve women’s lives. “The science of today is the...

Thriving After Surviving

Breast Cancer Awareness month is celebrated all over the world. Pink ribbons, stories of hope and loss, fundraisers, and the name Susan G. Komen® fill our October.There are articles on early warning signs of breast cancer, tips on how to avoid breast cancer, and...
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