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A common medication used to treat acid reflux was taken off the market two years ago, but its health hazards—including cancer risk—are ongoing.
Carla Walker wasn’t surprised when she received a breast cancer diagnosis—three of her sisters had also had the disease. But then her twin daughters were diagnosed too, situating Carla to set an example in survivorship.
Feelings aren’t always black and white. There’s an entire emotional vocabulary to be discovered by opening your heart and your mind.
After seeing the effects that invasive treatment had on warriors close to him, Michael Justiz knew there had to be another way when faced with his own prostate cancer diagnosis. He took a gamble on a new technology—and it paid off.
In need of a refreshing reset? Turn self-care up a notch this season with four products guaranteed to give any waning winter blues the final boot.
Young Survival Coalition’s annual summit may have gone virtual this year, but there was no shortage of making connections and fostering community for young women warriors.
Women researchers are important to cancer science, yet the oncology field often fails at properly recognizing it. Organizations like Women Who Conquer Cancer and ResearcHERS are working to shatter the glass ceiling.
Brad Beetham of Cal’s Angels is the international issue’s Spotlight Supporter.