Most people are very fearful about getting breast cancer and therefore make an effort to be informed about what they might do in order to improve their chances of not getting this disease.
One of the hardest things to do is to talk to someone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. How are you supposed to know what to say?
I can understand that you don’t want to have people look at you differently because you had or have breast cancer. It is tough enough to deal with
One of the biggest tendencies I have noticed among breast cancer survivors is that there is a great tendency to be stressed on a regular basis.
How many times have you heard someone say, “Why did I get breast cancer? There is no history of it in my family. I am the only one that I know of who
I know that most people would never understand that breast cancer has changed my life in so many positive ways. Gratitude is truly the keystone
A few months ago, I knew nothing about the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer support organization. However, I was invited to join eight other bloggers for
I have seen statistics at extreme ends of the spectrum detailing the number of women that return to work after breast cancer so this is one area that
Metastatic breast cancer, also known as Stage IV, is breast cancer that has traveled from the breast to the bones, brain, liver or lungs. When I
According to a recent study, one-quarter of breast cancer survivors are worse off financially four years after their diagnosis, and 12...