Part two of my breast cancer journey through breast cancer treatment and what I've learned that the doctors just don't tell you...
The day the doctor tells you you have breast cancer is the worst day of your life. It's hard to explain the emotions, feelings that race through your brain at the time. Do you laugh with disbelief, or do you...
Breast cancer is the continuous reproduction of cells in the breast tissue, It may spread to other surrounding tissues. Some breast cancer are life-threatening while other are not.
Dealing with cancer is not an easy task. Thinking positive, having a good support system, and fighting this disease with the mindset of I will survive are some of the ways I believe cancer can be beaten.
This is a true account of events that happened after I realized I had missed my annual mammogram in June of 2011, and what was discovered after having the belated mammogram.
She is a mom, a teacher, a friend and typically the clown who makes others laugh. Cancer threw her for a loop, and she did not know how to tell others about her cancer diagnosis. But she did.
Having breast cancer is a horrible experience. Blessings can be found if you are open to them or you recognize them when they find you. Keep a positive attitude. Look for the blessings. It's survival.
After having a Mastectomy or perhaps right before surgery you have a few options that you will need to think about. Prosthetics or implants?
This breast cancer article emphasizes the need for knowledge about breast cancer. The symptoms of cancer are important for women to know. the importance of self breast exams are explained in detail.
Most common forms of cancer, especially for women, is breast cancer, Support for breast cancer awareness and one of the best ways to support this cause is by getting breast cancer ribbon tattoos