Sabrina Skiles is spilling the beans about what really happens when you’re diagnosed with breast cancer. (Answer: You cry, you get tough, you buy a fab wig.) Hang with her as she starts her journey through breast cancer treatment.
Two small kids, a big family move, and, oh by the way, you have breast cancer. HealthCentral's Sabrina Skiles gets real about the diagnosis she never saw coming.
What’s more fun than chemo and surgery? How about daily doses of radiation therapy! Sabrina Skiles shares her hard-won advice on how to keep calm and radiate on.
Where did the time go? Oh right—surgery, chemo, radiation, moving houses, raising kids, COVID. Here's what I've learned, 12 months on.
Wait, what? That can really happen? Yes, sister, it can. Stick with me and I’ll tell you what to do and why it’s more important than ever to stand up for yourself.
Also known as how I'm handling cancer, chemo, motherhood, marriage, and a move—all at once.
She wanted to shield her family from the disease, but Sabrina Skiles soon found out that when it comes to kids, honesty is (almost) always the best policy.
Sabrina Skiles was waging war against breast cancer but lost the battle to keep her hair. Ever the fighter, she found ways to make peace with her new look.
Surgery and chemo are rough. But as HealthCentral's Sabrina Skiles learned, the right strategies can go a long way to making treatment easier.
You hear cancer, you probably assume chemo. But as HealthCentral’s Sabrina Skiles found out, treatment IRL looks different than the movies.