Offering support and compassion throughout treatment, Chemo Messages is an email series that shares inspiration and resources.
Find answers to a wide range of questions about breast cancer recurrence, answered by two-time survivor and expert, Lillie Shockney.
Learn about the most common benign (non-cancerous) breast problems including cysts, breast pain, and infections.
Food can help manage side effects and allow the body to heal. Learn how to create a healthy, sustainable diet during and after treatment.
Not all hope helps. Learn how to find healing hope and avoid hope that might harm through insights and practical exercises.
Nearly 50% of all women age 40 and older have dense breasts. Find out more about what it means to have dense breast tissue and the elevated risks.
The idea that breast cancer can recur can be daunting. Expand your knowledge on what recurrence is and why proper follow-up care is crucial.
Do you know what to say and what not to say to a loved one diagnosed with cancer? Read practical tips on how to be supportive at each step of the journey.
Learn about lifestyle tips to implement into your daily routine for overall health and wellness.
4 out of 5 women are wearing the wrong bra size. Find out if you are wearing the correct bra size and why it’s important for your breast health.
With a checklist provided on what symptoms to look for in a breast self-exam, you can be proactive with your breast health before a professional screening.
Find the answers to how to assess your risk, what healthy habits to incorporate in your routine, and how to understand the difference between types & stages.
Prepare yourself for your yearly mammogram with helpful tips and resources for a smooth screening process.
Early detection is key. Learn about the 3 steps you can take to be proactive about your breast health and help increase your chances of detecting breast cancer early.
Learn about the most important and specific questions to ask your doctor if you have abnormal mammogram results.
Learn more to protect your overall health by staying proactive and knowing the general guidelines for early detection in the Healthy Living & Personal Risk Guide.