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Anna Crollman shares how her relationship with food changed after her breast cancer diagnosis. Anna will be one of our guests panelists on our Twitter Chat: Making Healthy Eati... Read More

Blog Stories January 10, 2017

There are many emotional and physical side effects of metastatic breast cancer and its treatments. Read Judy Erdahl's #Stage4Lifer post below about how she lives each day with this diagnosis. (And follow Judy today, Wedne... Read More

“Very bizarre” is not a phrase you want to read in your... Read More

Blog Stories December 19, 2016

Healtheo360’s David Duplay shares his insight and tips on caregiving.

 

Your loved one visits the doctor and hears the words “you have breast cancer.” In addition to hearing a lot of new medical information and having to make decisions about her care, your loved one is likely feel... Read More

AnnMarie Otis was diagnosed with breast cancer and by her side she found her “sister”. 

When you go through any illness like cancer there are friends that bring you casseroles and dinners, which are amazingly delicious. Some bring your kids to soccer and let your dogs out when you're at... Read More

Blog Stories November 28, 2016

In this Q&A for National Family Caregiver’s Month, Gary Bartnicki shares his experience coping with the metastatic diagnosis of his wife, Lynn, and his approach to caregiving. 

 

Lynn Bartnicki, 66, thought she was cancer-free. In March 2013, 19 years after her diagnosis with... Read More

Dwight McKee answers questions about integrative cancer care in this Q&A. Sign up for our event Treating the Whole You: Integrative Care and Breast Cancer, to hear more from Dr. McKee.

Breast cancer and its treatments can dramatically impact your physical and... Read More

Kelli Parker shares her story about gaining renewed hope after becoming an advocate and helping others navigate a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis. 

How do you condense 7 years into 500 words? How can I transport you from the dizzying highs of cancer “conqueror” by 26 to two-time “warr... Read More

In 2014, Kristina Schermer had been in treatment for an eating disorder and was feeling good about the progress she had made.

Then 26, she decided to have BRCA testing because her mother has a BRCA2 gene mutation, which raises a person’s risk of breast cancer and several other cancers. K... Read More