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10/25/23 | BY: Stephanie Levin
Discover how six women whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer navigate self-care. They offer inspiration and wisdom so you can THRIVE365.
Getting your bearings after a diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer
The initial shock of diagnosis may leave you feeling that there are too many questions and not enough answers. Know there are many ways to cope with the news, find the information you need to make informed decisions, and balance your emotions as time goes on.
Breast Cancer After 60: Knowing Your Needs
Most people diagnosed with breast cancer are older than age 60. Your overall health, family support, marital status, financial ability, health insurance coverage and role in your community all may impact your treatment decision-making.
Cancer stage related to degree of depression in young African American women
Young African American women with breast cancer report more symptoms of depression than their healthy peers, even when they have good social support systems and an ability to adapt to new environments or situations.
Reasons young women stop taking tamoxifen vary over time
Looking at a little understood yet common phenomenon—women discontinuing tamoxifen therapy early—French researchers found several factors caused women to interrupt treatment. These factors varied, depending upon when the women stopped therapy.
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