For Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re drawing attention to the fear, anxiety, and isolation that COVID-19 triggers in young adults affected by breast cancer. This is part two of Anna’s Story.
For Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re drawing attention to the fear, anxiety, and isolation that COVID-19 triggers in young adults affected by breast cancer. This is part one of Anna’s Story.
For Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re drawing attention to the fear, anxiety, and isolation that COVID-19 triggers in young adults affected by breast cancer. This is Patricia’s Story.
Join our free, weekly workshop online to learn journaling techniques for managing COVID-19 anxiety and stress with a certified journal therapist and seasoned writing workshop facilitator.
Cancer is an emotional, physical, and spiritual journey with our bodies and inner selves. There is no perfect way to acceptance. But there is a way for everyone to get there. This is Nena’s story.
While medical resources are focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, what does this mean for the breast cancer community and others with chronic illness in need of timely care?
For the past 8 months, I’ve had to practice all the recommendations for stopping the COVID-19 virus, without the threat of a pandemic. Social distancing protects everyone, and this is how I survive it.
These are scary, difficult times. But you’ve been through difficult times before. For years I’ve helped people manage anxiety about cancer. And today I’m here to say you’ve got this.
As a mom of three young children, being diagnosed with breast cancer at 33 disrupted everything that encompassed my normal way of living. But thankfulness helps me focus on what’s most important.
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.
I find it unfair that the world only recognizes us as survivors upon completion of a treatment plan. We are survivors from the time we first hear the words “you have cancer”. I celebrate your status, from beginning to forever!
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.
I will never be a mother to my own biological children. That decision was made for me. For anyone else coping with breast cancer fertility loss, I will say there is hope out there. You have to keep pushing forward.
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.