Yoga has been a way for people to relax their minds as well as their bodies for many years. When you are a survivor of breast cancer, mental and physical relaxation and recovery are essential. For some, hot yoga has been a great way to deal with the after effects of treatment.
Coralee was diagnosed with breast cancer after she discovered a suspicious lump in her breast. With no history of cancer in her family, the diagnosis came as a shock. She discusses the decision to have surgery, and the complications that came after. She made this video to answer questions that others who have been diagnosed might have.
It may be difficult, but Dr. Gail Saltz thinks it is important to keep your kids informed about your breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Children may sense something is troubling you and if you don’t let them know, they may think the problem is much greater than it is. Make… Read More →
Monique Barraza was named Inspiring Latina of the Week by Latina magazine.
According to NBC News, a breast cancer pill called anastrozole that was developed to lower people’s risk of developing the disease may also prevent it.
After his wife Linda was diagnosed with breast cancer, Bob began taking delightfully goofy photographs of himself in a pink tutu. The resulting images led to “The Tutu Project” and funding for Carey’s Foundation, and organization that provides support to women diagnosed with breast cancer, survivors, and their family members…. Read More →
Getting a clean bill of health after developing breast cancer and undergoing treatment for the disease is life-changing.