Following Nancy M. Cappello’s 11th mammogram, her doctor noticed a ridge in her breast during an exam. It turned out to be cancer.
Take this test to learn about areas in your life — like nutrition, stress and side-effect management, and more — where you may need extra support.
A study in JAMA Oncology found that overall breast cancer survival was higher for women who ate a lower-fat diet than those who ate a “usual diet.”
Researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discovered that an FDA-approved treatment for certain cancers of the blood may significantly reduce the growth of triple-negative breast cancers.
Many of us know a woman with breast cancer, but do you know the best things you can do or say to help her through it?
Caregivers are human, too; they need a regular “battery recharge” in order to best keep caring for you. Here are some tips on how to keep your metastatic breast caregiver team in top-notch shape.
What’s the best way to tell your story about being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer? PJ gives her advice.
After a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis, you’ll want to make the most of your time. And while paperwork is probably the last thing you want to deal with, keeping your life organized can help.
The time has come when it’s apparent that all the good medical care in the world hasn’t taken away this person’s illness and, barring a miracle (medical or spiritual), they’re going to die. What do you say?
A candid and heart-wrenching story of a mom who was faced with this harsh reality — and how she pushed through.