Articles for Tag: "stories of the girls"

Suburban mom beats breast cancer with caregiver support and positivity 
Suburban mom beats breast cancer with caregiver support and positivity
“I had a team of three women and they were my girls, I mean I called them my radiation warriors.”
Infographic: High tech detection  Featured
Infographic: High tech detection
Advances in technology have vastly improved the ability to detect and treat breast cancer. A radiologist explains some of the tools physicians use.
Helping breast cancer patients feel beautiful 
Helping breast cancer patients feel beautiful
The physical changes that cancer patients undergo can often challenge their self-identity. Learn how one program is helping.
Tips for coping with the dreaded cancer diagnosis 
Tips for coping with the dreaded cancer diagnosis
Abby Gage had breast cancer and wants to help other women who are going through the scary, whirlwind experience.
Breast cancer diagnosis lessons from a mom to her kids 
Breast cancer diagnosis lessons from a mom to her kids
For one mom the question of how she was going to tell her kids about her diagnosis was harder than the diagnosis itself. She shares her story.
I’m too young for breast cancer 
I’m too young for breast cancer
At the age of 22, Danielle Garland was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. Now she shares her story to spread awareness.
You have breast cancer, now what? 
You have breast cancer, now what?
When you hear your diagnosis you’ll likely feel overwhelmed and confused. A breast surgeon offers advice on what to do first.