The number of women dying from metastatic breast cancer hasn’t changed since the 1970s. Thankfully, there’s a network of committed activists determined to change that.
This mother of a young daughter thought cancer was something that happened to other people. Until, at 42, she was diagnosed with the disease and her life became one of befores and afters.
Imagine the surprise of the writer, recently diagnosed with cancer, arguing with her female doctor over whether to reconstruct her breasts.
Women who've endured the trauma of mastectomies are getting a true pick-me-up thanks to a rare and close-knit community of crafters.
A breast-cancer scare brought to light a shocking bias this writer didn’t even know she harbored—she didn’t want to be treated by a female doctor.
Melissa Etheridge talks about releasing her album on her own, her breast cancer survival, and the Twitter war it sparked with blogger Xeni Jardin.
Young cancer survivor Beth Whaanga posted photos of her post-treatment body on Facebook, and lost over 100 friends. A fellow survivor reveals why.