Pamela Rafalow Grossman
- Has been a contributor to LBBC since 2014
- Writes on issues of women's health
- Was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008
Pamela is a contributing writer and editor for Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
Her work has also been published in outlets such as the Village Voice, Self.com, Ms. magazine, and Time.com. She served as a lead editor of Marquina Iliev-Piselli’s Tough, an essay anthology about women and cancer.
Diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008, Pamela writes frequently on issues of women's health; she also volunteers as an advocate and a support facilitator with the Young Survival Coalition and SHARE. She has participated in LBBC conferences as an attendee. She is based in Brooklyn, NY.
Code change chaos
Nina Silva and Heather Wilhite detail how changes to insurance codes for DIEP flap reconstruction have dictated their health care choices and upended their lives, as told to LBBC contributing writer Pamela Rafalow Grossman.