Articles for Tag: "chemotherapy"

Why having a Spanish-speaking physician made a difference  Featured
Why having a Spanish-speaking physician made a difference
A woman shares why she appreciated her breast surgeon’s ability to discuss treatment options in her native language.
Woman finds strength in numbers after breast cancer diagnosis  Featured
Woman finds strength in numbers after breast cancer diagnosis
Julie Donofrio shares why being proactive about your health is so important.
Surviving breast cancer: Peg’s story  Featured
Surviving breast cancer: Peg’s story
This inspiring survivor encourages women to be proactive about their health and perform routine self-exams.
Camping kits boosting spirits for childhood cancer patients 
Camping kits boosting spirits for childhood cancer patients
One little guy is on a mission to help his peers make the best of a tough journey.
Are some early stage breast cancers overtreated? 
Are some early stage breast cancers overtreated?
For some women diagnosed with stage 0, experts say there may be other options.
Breast cancer survivors may be prone to weight gain 
Breast cancer survivors may be prone to weight gain
Health experts warn that extra pounds could put women at risk for future problems.
Honoring cancer survivors, caregivers and families  Featured
Honoring cancer survivors, caregivers and families
In honor of National Cancer Survivors Day, one woman looks back on her journey.