Articles for Tag: "American Cancer Society"

Heather’s story: There’s life after a breast cancer diagnosis  Featured
Heather’s story: There’s life after a breast cancer diagnosis
Despite having the disease for over a decade, Heather Ingo-Nutile says she’s thriving.
What is BRA Day? 
What is BRA Day?
Learn more about Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day.
Friends who get their mammogram together, stay together 
Friends who get their mammogram together, stay together
Two women share their story of getting this screening just after turning 40.
Do men need double mastectomies, too? 
Do men need double mastectomies, too?
Breast cancer affects relatively few men, but the number may be growing.
You have breast cancer. Now what? 
You have breast cancer. Now what?
A surgeon shares five things women should remember after being diagnosed.
Fertility preservation options key for young cancer patients 
Fertility preservation options key for young cancer patients
About 33 percent of males reported making these arrangements, a rate almost five times higher than females.
Cancer survivor organizes run to support others  Featured
Cancer survivor organizes run to support others
Sharon and Devin Wells are organizing their second annual 5K.