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Monokini Swimsuits For Survivors

The designers for Monokini 2.0 have created a series of bathing suits that are more avant garde than the typical bikini, employing cutouts that reveal a bare chest or surgical scar. Learn more!

Angela's Corner: Dear Oncologist

After receiving the shocking news of having invasive cancer, I knew my life was about to change again. I definitely was not looking forward to any more change. Once I was finally home, feeling better, and near my computer, I had an email to write...

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Jodi's Story

I had been having mammograms and ultrasounds every year since age 40 because I had dense breasts. At 48, I did my first self-check and felt small bumps under my nipple... Read more!

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Angela’s Corner: The What If’s

After I was told I had invasive breast cancer, I was in a state of shock and disbelief at times. At other times, I was extremely happy with the outcome. Am I happy I had cancer? Absolutely not! However, I would have never known cancer was growing in my body if I never went through […]

bodyimage1Your Body Image After Breast Cancer Can Change — For The Better! These Women Show Us Their Newfound Confidence

Going through a mastectomy can skew your sense of self. After all, breasts are a major part of our femininity — but that doesn’t mean they define you. You can regain confidence in your body and your sense of self after breast cancer surgery. Each woman’s journey to acceptance is different, and each woman’s ultimate […]

dailylifewithchemo1Do You Know How Chemotherapy Is Going To Affect Your Day-To-Day Activities?

Concerned about what your daily life will look like during chemotherapy treatments? Dr. David Margileth says fatigue is the biggest variable. This can occur throughout the entire treatment, or only around the days of treatments. Some women experience no fatigue at all. Regardless, he encourages people going through chemo to continue to stay active. Watch […]

robinrobertsoptimism1Fight The Battle That’s In Front Of You — Great Advice From Robin Roberts!

Robin Roberts battled breast cancer in 2007, and finished up treatments in 2008. Then, years after beating the disease, she was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a disease of the bone marrow. Although rare, this was directly linked to her chemotherapy treatments. Still, Robin did not let that faze her, and she fought, again, for […]

A mother and baby have survived their respective health trials.Breast Cancer and a Heart Defect Don’t Keep Mom and Baby Down

In September of 2013, Riki Graves was feeling pretty good about her life.

Helping Hands Fund for Women with Breast Cancer
As new drugs show promise in preventing breast cancer, women who should be taking these medications may be reluctant if costs are too high. This is also true for pharmaceuticals prescribed as part of breast cancer treatment regimens. The "Helping Hands Fund" at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center helps patients whose medication costs, for prevention or treatment, exceed their ability to pay. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ will make a difference. Thank you!

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