Finding the silver lining in something as difficult as cancer ma sound next to impossible, but Mona shares why it’s so important & how this book can help.
Taylor Swift announced on her tumblr this morning that her mother was diagnosed with cancer. Her heartfelt letter urges all of her fans to encourage their parents to take time out of their busy lives, for their own health and well-being, and get checked.
Deborah “Zuke” Smith went for recommended mammogram at the age of 40, but the positive results were not the positive outcome she was looking for. When she thought of the word cancer all she saw was a death sentence, but she decided that she was ready to live and share her art with the world.
Bianca Carpenter is a 27-year-old beauty therapist that loves to run and just got diagnosed with breast cancer. This is how she is choosing to deal with it and why she’s not afraid.
When Sharishta was diagnosed with breast cancer she couldn’t believe it. She didn’t know anything about cancer and she was only 25! She’s now learned so much and wants to share it with women (and men) everywhere.
At a pivotal point in a young adult’s life, when most people are worrying about college and their first career jobs, Alexandra Silva found a lump in her breast and was diagnosed with breast cancer at only 22. Find out how she dealt with her cancer and the advice she has for young people everywhere.
34 year old Elaine Delaney was sitting at work one day, until she felt something out of the ordinary in her left breast. Find out how her discovery saved her life and the valuable message she has to everyone about the importance of early detection.
Hayley McIntire was only 28 when she felt a lump in her breast. Like every young woman, she felt invincible and waited months to go to the doctor. Find out what happened when she finally did and why you should always follow your gut feeling.
Lauren Makiyevskiy of The Daily Debut shares her story of being diagnosed with breast cancer when she was only 26. Find out how she found out and her advice for young women everywhere.