In this section, you can access information on recommended reading for women affected by breast cancer. The publications below address a variety of issues that may be important to you.
This loving conversation between a grandmother and a granddaughter tackles the tough questions about cancer in a kid-friendly but honest way.
Shares the personal stories of four young women diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 30 or younger.
Fern Reiss provides you step-by-step checklists for what to do before, during and after your active treatment for breast cancer.
In an effort to challenge our perception of what cancer looks like, fifty-nine well-known photographers have donated their time to take pictures of women bald from chemotherapy.
In this book, cancer survivor Julie Clark creates memories that remind us how children can nurture their mommies at a time when optimism and love are most needed.