A cancer diagnosis does not have to mean that you give up working out. Take it from this woman who worked out through chemo treatment.
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When Melissa Thompson’s fertility preservation wasn’t covered by her insurance because of her breast cancer diagnosis, she took action.
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If flashbacks, nightmares, or panic attacks are making your cancer treatment and recovery difficult, you don’t need to suffer in silence or try to tough it out.
These tips can help you start the conversation with your children about your cancer diagnosis in an honest, gentle way.
A recent study found that axillary lymph node dissection may cause arm issues in women with breast cancer under age 40.
Knowing is half the battle — then you need to determine if you should get genetic testing.
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