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Mothers and daughters want the best for each other, but sometimes they don’t agree on what the best is. Phyllis Johnson writes about how she and her mother responded differently to a life-threatening illness.
People with rare diseases often feel alone and powerless. Learn how combining with others can change that isolation to a sense of community and empowerment.
You may not have thought of poetry as a way to deal with cancer. Reading poetry can both take you away from suffering and help you through the experience.
You may never meet them, but radiologists and pathologists are key to your medical team with IBC. Learn more about them in this story.
Sandra Bishnoi, a patient, speaks about her breast cancer experience. Photo courtesy of Sandra Bishnoi. Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is considered a rare disease. Because only one to five percent of all breast cancers are IBC, finding doctors exp...
Donating your hair for charity is a great way to help someone dealing with hair loss, but before you cut off your locks, make sure your tresses meet standards.
Credit: Thinkstock You’ve just been diagnosed with breast cancer. The median age for a breast cancer diagnosis is 61, so chances are you’re an older woman, a woman who’s probably raised a family and is starting to look to retirement. Chances are also ...
Credit: Phyllis Johnson On our 30th wedding anniversary in September 1998, I was in chemotherapy. To be honest, I don’t remember what we did. I was probably too exhausted and queasy to have much of a celebration. But we wanted a special recognition o...