I’m facing two battles before me – my diagnosis and the fight for voting rights. I am convinced that they can both be fought with the same weapon: the power of community.
Amber Rachelle was 26 when she was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer, which is aggressive and difficult to treat.
Multiple myeloma, a blood cancer related to leukemia and lymphoma, can’t be cured, although treatments that slow its spread do exist. Symptoms of the disease vary; for some people, there are no signs. When symptoms do occur, they include: Bone pain, especially in the spine or chest Confusion or mental fogginess Constipation Excessive thirst Fatigue […]
This form of cancer poses the highest risk to women and it’s on the rise Though breast cancer has a bright pink ribbon and gets a lot of media attention, it isn’t the leading cause of cancer deaths among American women. The cancer that holds that honor is lung cancer. In fact, lung cancer causes […]
How to get your life back No, you can’t change the fact that you have had cancer. But you can change how you live the rest of your life, and that starts with making choices to help you stay healthy and feel as well as you can. Your diagnosis might have forced you to focus […]
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