Share with others how you feel about living with cancer, so they have a true picture of what you’re experiencing.
Tips for avoiding cancer horror stories from friends and family when you share your cancer diagnosis, including take the initiative in the conversation and letting others know how you feel right away.
Follow along as Phyllis Johnson experiences genetic counseling and testing for breast cancer.
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Key steps that can help you return to emotional equilibrium after cancer treatment.
Older women may choose quality of life over a cancer drug when it comes with serious side effects.