Views on Breast Cancer Awareness Month from a TNBC Survivor
As a breast cancer survivor, I was intentional about spreading a certain messages this month: anyone can be diagnosed with breast cancer, and education about the disease could help save lives.
The Hard Truth About Young Women Facing Breast Cancer
My doctor once told me that if you're old enough to fight for your country, then you're old enough to get breast cancer.
We Need To Talk About Cancer and Breast Health Before Age 40
People are always shocked when I tell them I am a breast cancer survivor, highlighting the need to discuss the fact that people under the age of 40 can be diagnosed, too.
10 Things That Helped Me Show Up for Chemo As My Best Self
From my “game-day uniform” to a playlist that made me feel ready to seize the day, here’s what helped me prepare for my days in cancer treatment.
There’s No Denying Cancer Survivorship Is Hard, But We Can Get Through It
During my treatment for triple-negative breast cancer, there was a plan for every situation, but once I entered survivorship, I was in uncharted territory.
Combatting Chemo with Kindness While Facing TNBC at the Age of 28
The 16-week challenge was simple: do something kind each week during my chemo treatment and tell me about it on social media. The goal was ambitious: 1,600 acts.
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