As the year and the decade come to a close, we’re celebrating another stellar year of writing on the YSC Blog with your top 10 favorite blog posts of 2019.
When navigating your breast cancer treatment, there are often questions about dental care for oncology patients. We spoke to American Cancer Society Fellow Dr. Ronald Koslowski for answers.
Announcing a strategic alliance between Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research and Young Survival Coalition (YSC). Two organizations going from strong to stronger.
Join us for YSC’s first-ever Virtual Symposium! Put on your comfy clothes as we host a week of online sessions focused on your unique needs as a young adult with breast cancer or as a co-survivor.
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Before 2012, Jaclyn didn’t know anyone with breast cancer. That all changed with the diagnosis of her mom and two close friends. Still, nothing prepared her for what it was like to receive her diagnosis.
We’re proud we only partner with companies who disclose to their consumers exactly where their donation dollars go. During October and all year long, please support the partners that support YSC!
The Metastatic Breast Cancer Access to Care Act HR 2178/S 1374 is in motion. We asked attorney Jennifer Berzok who works with the National Breast Cancer Coalition to explain the legislation.
We sat down with board-certified plastic surgeon and YSC Council of Advisors member, Dr. Constance Chen to talk about the July 2019 breast implant recall, and how to know if it affects you.
At just 25 years old, Shante’s medical team assured her the lump she found was unlikely to be cancer. Eventually diagnosed with ER+ breast cancer, she’s been advocating for herself ever since.
Radiation tattooing isn’t the best option for everyone. But companies like Vision RT are pioneering safer techniques that eliminate tattoos and give breast cancer patients more control over their treatment.
Training for the Olympics and going through breast cancer treatment seem like they have nothing in common. But Olympic Gold Medalist, Kikkan Randall, recently told YSC they’re a lot alike.
Our culture often mistakes health for a number on a scale. #YSCStrong is about caring for our whole selves with the same love that we give to other people.