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Healing body and emotions: Shangrong Lee

7/26/22 | BY: Shangrong Lee, Robin Warshaw

"I wouldn't say I'm an extrovert now, but I'm more outgoing than I was before. Finding my voice is really sharing my experience with breast cancer and not being afraid to talk about it or feel shame for it."

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Finding beauty during a difficult time

9/20/22 | BY: Paris Smith

In 2015 Paris was diagnosed with relapse remitting multiple sclerosis. In 2021, she learned she had stage II triple-negative breast cancer. Through it all, she found beauty in the most difficult time in her life.

Read More | 10 Min. Read

Discovering fearlessness within: Michelle Anderson-Benjamin

9/13/22 | BY: Robin Warshaw

“Speak up for yourself. And don’t be afraid to have a bad day.” Michelle Anderson-Benjamin offers that advice and more to people with cancer.

Read More | 12 Min. Read

Decision-making for treatment and thriving: Gillian Lichota

8/22/22 | BY: Robin Warshaw

After three years of enduring infertility therapies and a second-trimester miscarriage, Gillian Lichota sat in her OB-GYN’s office and heard the news she had been hoping for – she was nine weeks pregnant. On the same day, an ultrasound of a mass in one breast showed she also had breast cancer. A biopsy later confirmed that finding.

Read More | 15 Min. Read

Healing body and emotions: Shangrong Lee

7/26/22 | BY: Shangrong Lee, Robin Warshaw

"I wouldn't say I'm an extrovert now, but I'm more outgoing than I was before. Finding my voice is really sharing my experience with breast cancer and not being afraid to talk about it or feel shame for it."

Read More | 12 Min. Read

My journey to flat

7/19/22 | BY: Meredith Kane-Sokol

Meredith Kane-Sokol shares how her perception of how her body should look changed after a bilateral mastectomy.

Read More | 11 Min. Read

Be informed to live longer

7/13/22 | BY: Terri Shipp

Terri Shipp didn't think recurrence was possible. She was wrong.

Read More | 9 Min. Read
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