Cancer Distress after Diagnosis Is Real. Here’s How to Get Your Mind Right.
Cancer distress is the blues wrapped in illness. Here's how to
Not One Type: Here’s How To Get Real—and Smart—About Breast Cancer Diagnoses
Recognizing that breast cancer is not one type empowers women to have productive convos about how to deal with the disease. Let's discuss.
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To celebrate surviving cancer, this mom smashes her fear in fire—literally—ever year.
Black Women & Breast Cancer Research: Black Moms Needed For Important Health Studies
By TARA PRINGLE JEFFERSON Each year, 19,000 new cases of breast cancer occur among African American women. That’s 19,000 too many. According to the American...