breast cancer survivors

"Breast cancer is not pink, it is not all about boobs and bras; breast cancer is terrifying and dangerous."
Elaine Gavalas is founder of Galen Botanicals, co-founder of Simply Centered and an exercise physiologist, nutritionist, yoga
The practice of mindfulness -- the cultivation of a focused awareness on the present moment, which is most commonly honed
When Arslani finished chemotherapy, Oprah reached out once again. "I got a handwritten note. 'I hold you in my prayers. Thank
We were blessed with wonderfully high hills where we grew up in West Virginia. So one day, my brothers Steve, Mike and I
University of Michigan radiation oncologist Reshma Jagsi joined HuffPost Live host Caroline Modarressey-Tehrani to discuss
8. Cynthia Nixon, Actress “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. So the only thing to really be afraid of is if
• Once you have had treatments, get a complete survivorship plan for the rest of your life from your oncologist. If you need
"Cancer has given me so many gifts," she continued. "I've met so many beautiful people through Instagram, Facebook. Social
Photographer Charise Isis is turning the female nude trope on its head, transforming imagery we associate with masterpieces
Tiffany: I like that definition. Is that why you made the decision to bare your mastectomy scars for this interview? Tiffany
Megan Hartman, who received a preventative double mastectomy in her twenties, talks with Caitlyn about some of the things people don't realize about the after-effects of having a double mastectomy.
"Through these simple pictures, [the women] seem to gain some acceptance of what has happened to them and the strength to
With November being National Family Caregiver Month, I am immediately reminded and in gratitude for all that my mom did to take care of me during my breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.
The Keep A Breast Foundation made plaster molds of women's busts and auctioned them off to raise funds for breast cancer awareness. I thought this was a fantastic idea. I emailed them immediately, and days before my reconstructive surgery, I had a plaster mold made of my torso.
Will I ever take my health for granted again? No. That's why I get nervous every six months when I have my regular boobal check-ups and why I see my doctors whenever anything feels the slightest bit wonky.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I have learned a lot from the cancer survivors I have interviewed. I am reminded of the real value of life, how precious it is, and how unimportant our mundane challenges really are.
Here I was, able to reconnect with my body and focus my mind, surrounded by other beautiful breast cancer survivors. The yoga class was fun, restorative, and gentle enough for beginners. I was in a safe place where I felt accepted, supported, and loved. From then on, I was hooked.
Skydiving is not just a "daredevil" activity. Pink Skies, follows Ruth, a breast cancer survivor as she hopes to join an incredible team of nearly 200 women from 31 countries to create a World Record all Women's Skydiving Formation.