June 2 is National Cancer Survivors Day. For Karen Shayne and Judy Pearson, co-founders of the Women Survivors Alliance, it is also an opportunity to galvanize others to their 365 days-a-year mission. Shayne and Pearson have both survived cancer. They have joined forces to spearhead a global call to action, reframing the state of cancer [...]
After numerous interviews, I learned why thyroid shields were not needed. In fact, they were considered a detriment to the mammogram process.
It is essential to go beyond the statistics to place Domestic Violence within a larger societal framework.
“The more people come out and talk about shame, the less power it has.”
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The issues around health care for women go deeper than the nuts and bolts of what will and won’t be covered. At stake is gender discrimination that is evidenced in higher premiums for being a woman, lost maternity coverage, and denial of coverage due to gender-related pre-existing conditions.
Determined to open a conversation on defining beauty differently, Haddon’s question was, “What are the components of beauty?”
Three books disseminate practical information in combination with a new way for women to contemplate their futures.
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The five stories encompass concerns that reflect the multitude of challenges facing a patient who has received a breast cancer diagnosis.